Sensorless Position Control of Permanent-Magnet Motors With Pulsating Current Injection and Compensation of Motor End Effects

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The sensorless position control of permanent-magnet motors is successfully implemented by superimposing a high-frequency voltage signal on the voltage reference or adding a high-frequency current signal to the current reference. The former approach is usually preferred because of its simplicity, although the latter one may allow better performance. This… (More)

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@article{Cupertino2011SensorlessPC, title={Sensorless Position Control of Permanent-Magnet Motors With Pulsating Current Injection and Compensation of Motor End Effects}, author={Francesco Cupertino and Gianmario Pellegrino and Paolo Giangrande and Luciana Salvatore}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications}, year={2011}, volume={47}, pages={1371-1379} }