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Switched Reluctance Motors: Types, Design and Control

Switched Reluctance Motors: Types, Design and Control, 07/15/2015

This course will discuss the design and control of the Reluctance Machines. With the recent spike in the cost of permanent magnets, there has been a surge in rare-earth alternative machines topologies. This motor is robust and requires low maintenance. However it has historically been credited with issues of high torque ripple, acoustic noise and vibration. However in response to ...


A DSP-based sliding mode controller for the planar switched reluctance motor

2017 IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (IEMDC), 2017

This paper presents a DSP-based sliding mode controller of the planar switched reluctance motor (PSRM) for precision positioning applications. The mechanical structure, control scheme, and the design of sliding mode controller are presented and analyzed, respectively. The DSP-based sliding mode controller is implemented for the PSRM experimentally. The steady-state positioning errors of x- and y-axes are 0.016 and 0.029 mm, ...


The evaluation of the positioning accuracy in the position control method using measured torque curves for switched reluctance motor

2016 19th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS), 2016

This research aims to examine the possibility of Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) for the application to servo system. Our previous paper proposed a position control method using measured torque curves for SRM and confirmed the usability for position control under the various load conditions. This paper confirms whether the actual position reaches the position command without overshoot and keeps stopping ...


Performance comparison of a SRM drive with conventional PI, fuzzy PD and fuzzy PID controllers

2016 International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies (ICCPCT), 2016

Switched reluctance motor because of its simple construction, robustness and reliability has become superior to other electric machine. This paper presents the speed control of switched reluctance motor (SRM). In this work the performance of the switched reluctance motor is evaluated by subjecting the motor to two different disturbances. First the motor is subjected to a step change in load ...


Drive performance evaluation of linear switched reluctance motor using a current source inverter

2015 18th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS), 2015

This paper presents drive performance evaluations of a linear switched reluctance motor (LSRM) driven by a current source inverter (CSI). First, we describe a new drive circuit with CSI for the LSRM drive. For deliberations of drive performance evaluations, a simulation model is built by a circuit simulator. The drive performances of the LSRM with the proposed drive circuit are ...


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  • Switched Reluctance Motors: Types, Design and Control

    This course will discuss the design and control of the Reluctance Machines. With the recent spike in the cost of permanent magnets, there has been a surge in rare-earth alternative machines topologies. This motor is robust and requires low maintenance. However it has historically been credited with issues of high torque ripple, acoustic noise and vibration. However in response to these challenges, there have been several advancements in the design and control of the machine, which will also be explored. Topics covered include: Introduction to the concept of Reluctance; Inductance profile and Torque generation in Switched Reluctance Motor; Torque Speed Characteristics; Converters used in SRM control and Advancements in Reluctance Machines: Machine topologies and Control.

  • A DSP-based sliding mode controller for the planar switched reluctance motor

    This paper presents a DSP-based sliding mode controller of the planar switched reluctance motor (PSRM) for precision positioning applications. The mechanical structure, control scheme, and the design of sliding mode controller are presented and analyzed, respectively. The DSP-based sliding mode controller is implemented for the PSRM experimentally. The steady-state positioning errors of x- and y-axes are 0.016 and 0.029 mm, respectively. The effectiveness of the DSP-based sliding mode controller for the PSRM is verified through the experimental results.

  • The evaluation of the positioning accuracy in the position control method using measured torque curves for switched reluctance motor

    This research aims to examine the possibility of Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) for the application to servo system. Our previous paper proposed a position control method using measured torque curves for SRM and confirmed the usability for position control under the various load conditions. This paper confirms whether the actual position reaches the position command without overshoot and keeps stopping at position command. In consequence, the positioning accuracy in the proposed method is evaluated under the various load conditions.

  • Performance comparison of a SRM drive with conventional PI, fuzzy PD and fuzzy PID controllers

    Switched reluctance motor because of its simple construction, robustness and reliability has become superior to other electric machine. This paper presents the speed control of switched reluctance motor (SRM). In this work the performance of the switched reluctance motor is evaluated by subjecting the motor to two different disturbances. First the motor is subjected to a step change in load torque and its performance was evaluated. Again a step change in speed is done to study the system performance. Three different i.e. conventional PI controller, fuzzy PD and fuzzy PID controller are used for the controlled purpose of the switched reluctance motor and their performances are studied and compared in this work. The whole work is done in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment.

  • Drive performance evaluation of linear switched reluctance motor using a current source inverter

    This paper presents drive performance evaluations of a linear switched reluctance motor (LSRM) driven by a current source inverter (CSI). First, we describe a new drive circuit with CSI for the LSRM drive. For deliberations of drive performance evaluations, a simulation model is built by a circuit simulator. The drive performances of the LSRM with the proposed drive circuit are compared with a traditional voltage source inverter. As a result, it is confirmed that a deterioration of thrust with increase in velocity and an efficiency characteristics are improved by using the proposed drive circuit.

  • Speed precision of switched reluctance motor using fuzzy logic controller

    Fuzzy logic is a convenient way to map an input space to an output space. The number of membership functions of fuzzy sets is reduced in this paper. A self- tuning fuzzy logic controller with modified rule base is used to reduce the membership functions. Conventionally, PI controller is used to tune the motor. In fuzzy logic controller scaling factors plays a major role. The output scaling factor is tuned by using a gain updating factor, which from fuzzy logic reasoning, by using plant error and change in error ratio as the input variables. By using the self-tuning fuzzy logic controller with modified rule base is reduce the complexity of the controller without losing system performance and stability. The best topology is modelled in MATLAB/Simulink platform and the results are analysed.

  • A novel active boost power converter with application to torque ripple reduction control for switched reluctance motor

    This paper presents a novel active boost power converter with simple structure and real-time control of demagnetization voltage. This converter uses demagnetization energy and active power device to realize the real-time control of demagnetization voltage, which further realizes low torque ripple operation of switched reluctance motors (SRMs). This converter only contains an IGBT and a diode in a phase winding, which simplifies the converter structure. The influence of demagnetization voltage on the negative torque is analyzed and calculated. Combing this calculation and instantaneous torque control, the SRM drive system is constructed based on this novel converter. The simulation shows the effectiveness and superiority of theoretical analysis.

  • Magnetic simulation comparation of 30 kW switched reluctance motor with 6/4 and 6/10 design configurations for electric vehicle

    Comparation of switched-reluctance motor (SRM) with 6/4 and 6/10 design configurations are presented in this paper. Both configurations are calculated and designed in detail to obtain the flux and torque characteristics. The study also conduct analysis for both configurations. Simulation of SRM using 2D finite element model is presented to support the analysis, and used to predict the torque produced at various currents and rotor positions. The time stepped FEA, is the most accurate method available to obtain the magnetic characteristic in an electromagnetic device. In this paper torque and flux characteristic of the model 6/4 SRM and 6/10 SRM are evaluated and compared. The SRM 6/4 produced maximum torque at 102 Nm and for SRM 6/10 produced at 145.2 Nm, so SRM 6/10 produce 42.3% greater torque than 6/4 configuration, both configuration are suitable for electric vehicle application.

  • Design of the Adaptive Sliding Self-Organizing Cerebellar Model Articulation Controller for Switched Reluctance Motors

    This study proposes an adaptive sliding self-organizing cerebellar model articulation controller (ASSOC)based on a novel design perspective. Self- organizing structures and adaptive laws are adopted to facilitate the dynamic parameter tuning functions of a cerebellar model articulation controller (CMAC) with fixed layers of association memory. The layers of association memory vary with a predetermined threshold value, thus improving control performance. In addition, the proposed ASSOC is applied on the switched reluctance motor direct torque control (DTC) system as a speed controller. The experimental results reveal that the proposed ASSOC exhibits excellent speed responses at various speeds.

  • Drive strategies for switched reluctance motor - A review

    A typical switched reluctance motor (SRM) drive system is made up of three basic components: power electronic converter, control logic circuit and the switched reluctance motor. The principle of operation of a SRM motor is quite simple: as current passes through one of its stator windings, torque is produced by the tendency of its rotor to align with the excited stator pole. The direction of the torque generated is a function of rotor position with respect to the phase that is energized, and is independent of direction of flow of current in that specific winding. The torque production can be made continuous by synchronizing the excitation of each phase winding with rotor position. The amount of current passing through the SRM winding is controlled by suitably making the power electronic switches on and off, which can connect each SRM phase to the DC bus. The drive strategy of a SRM motor predominantly consists of the power electronic drive topology because it largely dictates how the motor can be used. This paper presents different drive techniques for a SRM motor collected from researches of a number of technologists.



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