A novel sensorless technique for a new field assisted switched reluctance motor


Rotor position sensing is an essential part of switched reluctance (SR) motor drive in order to synchronize the pulses of phase current with the period of rising inductance of the proper motor phase. This paper presents a complete and novel method to detect the rotor position at standstill and also low speeds in a new field assisted switched reluctance… (More)

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