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Implementation and Sensorless Vector-Control Design and Tuning Strategy for SMPM Machines in Fan-Type Applications

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Kshirsagar, P. ; United Technol. Res. Center, East Hartford, CT, USA ; Burgos, R.P. ; Jihoon Jang ; Lidozzi, A.
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This paper presents a complete design methodology for the sensorless vector control of permanent-magnet synchronous machine (PMSM) motor drives in fan-type applications. The proposed strategy is built over a linear asymptotic state observer used to estimate the PMSM back EMF and a novel tracking controller based on a phase-locked loop system, which, by synchronizing the estimated and actual d-q frames, estimates the rotor speed and position. This paper presents the complete derivation of all associated control loops, namely, state observer; tracking controller; d-q-axis current regulator; speed controller; an antisaturation control loop, which provides inherent operation in the flux-weakening region; and all corresponding antiwindup loops. Detailed design rules are provided for each of these loops, respectively verified through time-domain simulations, frequency-response analysis, and experimental results using a three-phase 7.5-kW PMSM motor drive, validating both the design methodology and the expected performance attained by the proposed control strategy.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Nov.-Dec. 2012

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