Optimal torque controller for synchronous reluctance motors

@article{Jovanovi1999OptimalTC,
  title={Optimal torque controller for synchronous reluctance motors},
  author={Milutin G. Jovanovi{\'c} and Robert Eric Betz},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={1088-1093}
}
A low cost software implementation of an angular velocity observer based control scheme for a space vector PWM inverter fed synchronous reluctance motor is presented. A standard saturated machine d-q model neglecting iron losses is used for torque control. Excellent performance using the maximum torque per ampere strategy is confirmed by simulation and experimental results on an axially-laminated machine. 

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