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A Verification of a Sensorless BLDC Motor Drive System to Control 4-axis Fins for a Guided Artillery Munition by HILS
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A Verification of a Sensorless BLDC Motor Drive System to Control 4-axis Fins for a Guided Artillery Munition by HILS
Lee, Tae-Hyung; Kim, Sang-Hoon; Cho, Chang-Yeon; Pak, Chang-Ho; Kim, Jae-Ho;
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 Abstract
A brushless DC (BLDC) motor control system for four-axis driving fins to control the flight attitude of a guided artillery munition is developed in this study. This system adopts a simple sensorless control scheme without a Hall sensor. A 12-step driving sensorless BLDC motor scheme is used to improve the output torque. This system has many restrictive problems that hinder the verification of a real system. For example, this has cost and environmental limitations. Therefore, this study develops HILS to verify a four-axis driving fin control system and verifies the position control system hardware by HILS operation.
 Keywords
Guided artillery munition;BLDC motor;Sensorless contorl;Position control;12-step;HILS;
 Language
Korean
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