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A Novel voltage-profiling method to minimize torque ripples in srm based vehicle propulsion systems

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3 Author(s)
Cassani, P.A. ; Power Electron. & Energy Res. (PEER) Group, Concordia Univ., Montreal, QC ; Peng Zhang ; Williamson, S.S.

Switched reluctance motor based power train systems have been popularly proposed for HEV propulsion in recent times, especially due to their excellent extended speed-range characteristics. At the same time, inherent torque ripples of SRMs present a significant drawback. Classic current profiling torque ripple minimization techniques do not achieve satisfactory levels of torque ripples, especially for automotive propulsion applications. This paper proposes a new phase-voltage profiling technique, which combines the advantage of using a simpler controller, with particularly low levels of torque ripple in the whole speed range. Finally, a simplification of the method is presented, which could be extended to future work. Index Terms-Electric propulsion, electric vehicles, reluctance motor drives, torque control, traction motor drives.

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Industrial Electronics, 2008. IECON 2008. 34th Annual Conference of IEEE

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10-13 Nov. 2008

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