The size of the current DU-SRM is optimized as a near-wheel motor, operating through a integrated gear box, with either 2 or 4 motors per vehicle: In that area, the traditional Permanent Magnet motors have a high loss, due to magnetic iron losses. In general, the DU-SRM has a very high efficiency and torque density compared to other non-magnetic motors.
During conduction periods, the active IGBTs apply positive source voltage to the stator windings to drive positive currents into the phase windings. During free-wheeling periods, negative voltage is applied to the windings and the stored energy is returned to the power DC source through the diodes.
The fall time of the currents in motor windings can be thus reduced. By using Srm motor position sensor attached to the rotor, the turn-on and turn-off angles of the motor phases can be accurately imposed.
These switching angle can be used to control the developed torque waveforms. The phase currents are independently controlled by three hysteresis controllers which generate the IGBTs drive signals by comparing the measured currents with the references.
The IGBTs switching frequency is mainly determined by the hysteresis band. The converter turn-on and turn-off angles are kept constant at 45 deg and 75 deg, respectively, over the speed range.
The SRM is started by applying the step reference to the regulator input. The acceleration rate depends on the load characteristics.
To shorten the starting time, a very light load was chosen. Since only the currents are controlled, the motor speed will increase according to the mechanical dynamics of the system.
The SRM drive waveforms phase voltages, magnetic flux, windings currents, motor torque, motor speed are displayed on the scope. As can be noted, the SRM torque has a very high torque ripple component which is due to the transitions of the currents from one phase to the following one.
This torque ripple is a particular characteristic of the SRM and it depends mainly on the converter s turn-on and turn-off angles. In this operation mode, the average value of the developed torque is approximately proportional to the current reference.
In addition to the torque ripple due to phase transitions, we note also the torque ripple created by the switching of the hysteresis regulator. This operation mode is also called constant torque operation.
The converter operation changes naturally to voltage-fed mode in which there is no modulation of the power switches. They remain closed during their active periods and the constant DC supply voltage is continuously applied to the phase windings.
This results in linear varying flux waveforms as shown on the scope. Since the hysteresis regulator is inactive in this case, only torque ripple due to phase transitions is present in the torque waveforms.Apart from the parameter extraction of SRM by FEM, this Paper focuses on specific model simulation of a 6/4 SRM using Matlab.
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Jun 26, · The changing magnetic field due to the rotation of the rotor in a switched reluctance motor (SRM). This animation was created using MagNet, the electromagnet.
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mathematical model of SRM. Development of program for designing and simulation of SRM. Designing SRMs for electrical power plant equipment.