Comparison of two position and speed estimation techniques used in PMSM sensorless vector control
ABSTRACT The paper describes the comparison between two different high-performance techniques used for the sensorless estimation of the motor shaft position in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Sensorless Drives. Rotor position and speed are estimated from measured terminal voltages and currents, and are used as feedback in a sensorless vector control scheme, achieving almost the same high-performance of a sensored drive. The paper point out the differences, by using experimental implementation, between an open-loop flux estimator based on the electrical model of the machine, and a reduced flux observer.
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ABSTRACT: There has recently been considerable interest in using the sensorless permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) for vehicle propulsion systems. While many sensorless PMSM techniques have been presented in the literature, few have discussed in detail the underlying hardware and implementation issues. This work focuses on the implementation and application of a sensorless PMSM strategy that is particularly well suited for vehicle propulsion systems. The selected sensorless PMSM technique is implemented in a real-time motor control system to form a sensorless electric drive prototype. The hardware, strategy and implementation issues associated with the development of the sensorless drive are discussed. Experimental results are included in order to demonstrate the robustness of the implementation and the effectiveness of the sensorless drive under transient operating conditions such as startup and speed reversal.IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 10/2005; · 3.35 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, a rotor position estimator for the sensorless permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) is developed. The proposed approach exploits the time-scale separation between the electrical and mechanical time constant of the PMSM to formulate a linear observer. The observer produces accurate rotor angle estimates in steady-state and transient, and is attractive for electric propulsion applications due to its independence from mechanical parameters such as load torque, inertia, and friction. The sensorless strategy is well-suited to the nonsaturating slotless PMSM, but the demonstrated robustness of the observer to modeling uncertainties allows for application to slotted construction as well. Experiments are conducted to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach.IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 01/2006; · 3.35 Impact Factor