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Design techniques for reducing the cogging torque in surface-mounted PM motors
Several techniques may be adopted in motor design of surface-mounted permanent magnet motors in order to reduce the cogging torque. This paper describes the various techniques, (both classical andExpand
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Sensorless full-digital PMSM drive with EKF estimation of speed and rotor position
This paper concerns the realization of a sensorless permanent magnet (PM) synchronous motor drive, which incorporates a floating-point digital-signal-processor-based control system. Expand
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Design considerations for fractional-slot winding configurations of synchronous machines
This paper presents some design considerations for synchronous machines characterized by a fractional number of slots per pole per phase. The main advantage of this configuration is a smooth torque,Expand
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Extended Kalman filter tuning in sensorless PMSM drives
The use of an extended Kalman filter (EKF) as nonlinear speed and position observer for permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) drives is a mature research topic. Notwithstanding, the shift fromExpand
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Experimental fault-tolerant control of a PMSM drive
The paper describes the study and experimental verification of remedial strategies against failures occurring in the inverter power devices of a PM synchronous motor drive. The basic idea forExpand
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Model Predictive Direct Speed Control with Finite Control Set of PMSM Drive Systems
Servo drives and drives for position control require a high dynamic on speed control. In this paper, model predictive direct speed control (MP-DSC) is proposed, which overcomes limitations ofExpand
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Potentials and limits of high-speed PM motors
This paper illustrates potentials and limits of high-speed permanent-magnet (PM) motors. The influence of materials chosen for PM, stator core, and retaining sleeve is highlighted. Slotted andExpand
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Influence of Rotor Geometry of an IPM Motor on Sensorless Control Feasibility
The sensorless control technique based on the superimposition of a high-frequency stator voltage is commonly used to detect the rotor position of a synchronous interior-permanent-magnet (IPM) motor.Expand
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Innovative Remedial Strategies for Inverter Faults in IPM Synchronous Motor Drives
Interior permanent magnet (IPM) synchronous motors are used extensively in many industrial drives, and the development of fault-tolerant control techniques may extend their use to applications whereExpand
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Rotor Flux-Barrier Design for Torque Ripple Reduction in Synchronous Reluctance and PM-Assisted Synchronous Reluctance Motors
The torque produced by a synchronous reluctance machine (including the permanent-magnet-assisted machine) is studied analytically, with the aim of pointing out the effect of the position of the fluxExpand
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