publication . Thesis . 2009

Nonlinear Deadbeat Current Control of a Switched Reluctance Motor

Rudolph, Benjamin;
Open Access English
  • Published: 04 Dec 2009
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech
  • Country: United States
Abstract
High performance current control is critical to the success of the switched reluctance motor (SRM). Yet high motor phase nonlinearities in the SRM place extra burden on the current controller, rendering it the weakest link in SRM control. In contrast to linear motor control techniques that respond to current error, the deadbeat controller calculates the control voltage by the current command, phase current, rotor position and applied phase voltage. The deadbeat controller has demonstrated superior response in three-phase inverter current control, PM motor current control, and other relatively linear control applications. This study will investigate the viability...
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free text keywords: SRM, current control, nonlinear control, deadbeat, switched reluctance motor
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