MAGNETIZATION SURFACE IDENTIFICATION SYNCHRONOUS RELUCTANCE MOTOR IN REAL-TIME MODE
Deal with a method for identifying the switched reluctance motor (SRM) magnetization surface which works together with a predictive control system. Precision control SRM is required information on its magnetization surface which is a function of the rotor position and phases current. Due to rotor and stator heating are affected their geometric dimensions and, in particular, the size of the air gap, resulting in this function is changed. The preferred way to account these changes is to identify the magnetization surface in real-time. The method proposed in this paper was used error between the specified and measured currents to correct main points in a two-dimensional array, which is a magnetization surface. This method was investigated using simulation results while the main control system SRM is working.
Authors: A. С. Anuchin, E. О. Stolyarov, D. К. Surnin, G. L. Demidova, A. N. Bogdanov, Yu. Vagapov
Direction: Electrical Engineering
Keywords: Synchronous reluctance motor, magnetization surface, identification, model predictive control
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