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High-bandwidth current control for torque-ripple compensation in PM synchronous machines

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2 Author(s)
L. Springob ; Vectron Elektronik GmbH, Krefeld, Germany ; J. Holtz

Active compensation of torque harmonics in high-performance synchronous permanent magnet (PM) motor drives requires high-bandwidth current control. It is demonstrated that proportional integral (PI) current control exhibits performance limits, even when feedforward compensation of the rotor induced voltage and the stator inductance drop is used. High bandwidth requirements are satisfied using a digital deadbeat current controller. Sampling time delays are eliminated to the extent possible by means of a current predictor. The current controller and the predictor refer to a model of the parasitic effects of the PM synchronous machine that is acquired and adapted to parameter changes in real time. Stator current distortions due to deviations from the sinusoidal flux linkage distribution are thus eliminated. The control system facilitates compensation of high-frequency torque ripple of the machine

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 5 )