A switched reluctance motor torque ripple reduction strategy with deadbeat current control and active thermal management
journal contributionposted on 13.12.2019 by Xing Zhang, Qingqing Yang, Mingyao Ma, Zhengyu Lin, Shuying Yang
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This paper presents a switched reluctance motor (SRM) torque ripple reduction strategy with deadbeat current control and active thermal management. In this method, the SRM torque is indirectly controlled by the phase current. A deadbeat current control method is used to improve the SRM phase current control accuracy, so that SRM torque control error can be reduced significantly. According to the online measurement of the power switching device temperature, the switching frequency will be reduced to prevent the SRM power converter from being damaged by over-temperature. The feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed strategy have been verified in both simulation and experimental studies.
National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant 51977054
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering