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|Title:||Maximum-torque-per-ampere control of phase advance modulation of an SPM wind generator|
|Citation:||IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 2012; 48(5):1443-1451|
|Mehanathan Pathmanathan, Wen L. Soong and Nesimi Ertugrul|
|Abstract:||Surface permanent-magnet (SPM) machines are normally operated by controlling the d- and q-axis currents. This paper examines the control of SPM generators based on controlling the terminal voltage magnitude V and power-factor angle 8. This is well suited for generator operation when using a switched-mode rectifier and avoids the need for a rotor position sensor. The parameters required for generating a given value of torque with minimum phase current in order to minimize copper losses are derived in this paper. This will be achieved by controlling V and 8 to keep the d-axis current equal to zero at low speed, before switching to field-weakening control at higher speeds. Simulated and experimental results will be used to verify the control strategy and the efficiency achieved.|
|Keywords:||AC–DC power conversion|
pulsewidth-modulated power converters
|Rights:||© 2012 IEEE|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 3|
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