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Comparison of resistance-based and inductance-based self-sensing controls for surface permanent-magnet machines using high-frequency signal injection

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2 Author(s)
Shih-Chin Yang ; Texas Instrum. Motor Lab., Dallas, TX, USA ; Lorenz, R.D.

This paper presents injection-based self-sensing (position sensorless) control methods for surface permanent magnet (SPM) machines with concentrated windings (CWs) and distributed windings (DWs). Two position-dependent spatial saliency signals are compared. The two signals relate to resistance variation due to high-frequency eddy current losses and to inductance variation due to stator tooth saturation. Finite-element analysis is performed to investigate the properties of two saliency signals in different SPM machines. Implementation methods, as well as advantages for closed-loop control, are discussed. This paper includes experimental evaluation of resistance-based versus inductance-based self-sensing control performance in SPM machines with CWs and DWs.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 3 )