On rapid vector alignment in permanent magnet brushless motor
Refaat, Sameh, Nahavandi, Saeid and Boland, P. 2002, On rapid vector alignment in permanent magnet brushless motor, in IEEE ICIT' 02 : 2002 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology : productivity reincarnation through robotics & automation : 11-14 December 2002, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, IEEE Xplore, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 572-577.
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IEEE ICIT' 02 : 2002 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology : productivity reincarnation through robotics & automation : 11-14 December 2002, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
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A software replacement for the commutation signals of a permanent magnet brushless motor is presented. The feedback observed acceleration loop or equivalently the high-order position polynomial controller allows finding the initial relative orientation between the two magnetic fields of the motors within a fraction of a second. Also, using the proposed method allows a considerable cost saving, since the transducer that is usually used for this purpose can be eliminated. The cost saving is most obvious in the case of linear motors and angle motors with large diameters. The way the problem is posed is an essential part of this work and it is the reason behind the apparent simplicity of the solution. The method has been tested when a relative encoder was used and the motor current was regulated.
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