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A Study on High Performance Torque Control of 48V Wound Rotor Synchronous Motor Using Flux Mapping
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 Title & Authors
A Study on High Performance Torque Control of 48V Wound Rotor Synchronous Motor Using Flux Mapping
Kim, Seonhyeong; Chun, Kwangsu; Park, Hongjoo; Park, Kyusung; Jin, Wonjoon; Lee, Geunho;
 
 Abstract
In this paper, High performance torque control based on the flux mapping of 48V Wound Rotor Synchronous Motor has been studied to improve torque control. Flux map considering MTPA (Maximum Torque Per Ampere), MFPT (Minimum Flux Per Torque), Maximum efficiency point at the same torque command and flux command for each field current was produced. Current map using flux mapping of Each field current was applied to the MTPA, MFPT. Generating a current vector locus was to determine the characteristics of the operation region. Through the Matlab/Simulink simulation, difference between speed-torque map and flux map was represented. The suggested flux map was tested actual experiments on a dynamometer.
 Keywords
wound rotor synchronous motor;flux map;MTPA;MFPT;torque control;
 Language
Korean
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