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A sensorless speed control of brushless DC motor by using direct torque control
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 Title & Authors
A sensorless speed control of brushless DC motor by using direct torque control
Yoon, Kyoung-Kuk; Oh, Sae-Gin; Kim, Deok-Ki;
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 Abstract
This paper describes sensorless speed control of brushless DC motors by using direct torque control. Direct torque control offers fast torque response, robust specification of parameter changes, and lower hardware and processing costs compared to vector-controlled drives. In this paper, the current error compensation method is applied to the sensorless speed control of a brushless DC motor. Through this control technique, the controlled stator voltage is applied to the brushless DC motor such that the error between the stator currents in the mathematical model and the actual motor can be forced to decay to zero as time proceeds, and therefore, the motor speed approaches the setting value. This paper discusses the composition of the controller, which can carry out robust speed control without any proportional-integral (PI) controllers. The simulation results show that the control system has good dynamic speed and load responses at wide ranges of speed.
 Keywords
Brushless DC motor;Direct toque control;Sensorless speed control;Current error compensation;
 Language
Korean
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