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Analysis of permanentmagnet machine for sensorless control based on highfrequency signal injection
Analysis of permanentmagnet machine for sensorless control based on highfrequency signal injection,10.1109/TIA.2004.836222,IEEE Transactions on Indu
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JiHoon Jang
,
JungIk Ha
,
Motomichi Ohto
,
Kozo Ide
,
SeungKi Sul
This paper presents the analysis of a surfacemounted permanentmagnet (SMPM) machine for the
sensorless control
scheme based on the highfrequency fluctuating voltage signal injection method. A simplified highfrequency model of an SMPM machine in the estimated rotor
reference frame
is developed and a sensorless rotor position and speed
estimation algorithm
is described. To support this, the highfrequency impedances of an SMPM machine are analyzed by finiteelement analysis (FEA) and compared with measurement results using a pulsewidthmodulation (PWM) inverter system under various injection conditions. The results of the FEA and measurements are coincident with each other with some errors due to the nonlinear behavior of the PWM inverter and the SMPM machine. The analysis results give physical insights into selecting the injection conditions for sensorless operation of the SMPM machine even though adjustments considering nonlinear behaviors of PWM inverters are required in the actual operation for the desired performance. The experimental results of speed and
position control
using a commercial SMPM machine are presented based on the analysis of the SMPM machine for the
sensorless control
algorithm.
Journal:
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications  IEEE TRANS IND APPL
, vol. 40, no. 6, pp. 15951604, 2004
DOI:
10.1109/TIA.2004.836222
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...This approach has a low sensitivity to the inverter nonidealities [7] and is almost acoustically noiseless because the amount of highfrequency current injected into the qaxis is very small, and this reduces the torque pulsations with respect to rotating injection methods [7], [
8
]...
...The position estimation can be based on the analysis of the phase or amplitude of the negative and positivesequence currents at injection frequency [5] or on the minimization of the qaxis highfrequency current by means of a position observer [
8
], [10]...
Francesco Cupertino
,
et al.
End Effects in Linear Tubular Motors and Compensated Position Sensorle...
...Online identification methods, using the stator circuit response to auxiliary injected signal of imposed frequency are very suitable for servo drives, and detailed in [20], [
21
], and [22]...
David Carpenter
,
et al.
A study on determination of parameters for permanent magnet synchronou...
...Saliency and signal injection methods are based on phase inductance variation property by injection of high frequency signals [1] [
3
]...
He Dongwei
,
et al.
An improved rotor position and velocity estimation technique for PMSM ...
...In some published techniques, signal processing exploits this ideal relationship by using a multiplication of a “sin(ωct)” function alone on the current component (20) to extract the error signal [
4
]...
Natee Limsuwan
,
et al.
Secondary resistive losses with highfrequency injectionbased selfse...
...Since high frequencies are considered, the stator resistance and the back EMF are omitted and the high frequency components of the voltage equations of an SMPMSM machine can be expressed as (2)[
25
]: � ����...
Ahmad Amiri
,
et al.
Standstill and low speed sensorless control of SMPMSM by using digital...
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