Shaft transducerless vector control of the interior permanent magnet motor with speed and position estimation using high frequency signal injection and flux observer methods

Göksu, Ömer
In this thesis, shaft transducerless vector control of Interior Permanent Magnet (IPM) motor with speed and position estimation using saliency based high frequency signal injection and fundamental model based flux observer methods will be investigated. The magnetic saliency characteristic of a 2.2-kW IPM motor will be experimentally extracted by means of high frequency signal injection. High frequency signal injection method will be used to estimate the speed and position at zero and low speed based on the magnetic saliency of the IPM motor. At high speed, fundamental model based flux observer method will be utilized for speed and position estimation. Seamless transition between the two estimation methods will be provided. Using the estimated speed and position information, the motor will be closed loop vector controlled and the drive motion performance over wide speed and load range will be investigated. The IPM motor drive and the estimation/control algorithms will be modeled and their performance will be demonstrated by detailed computer simulations. A three-phase voltage source inverter and a motor test bench will be built, and the estimation/control algorithms will be implemented on a DSP based motor control platform. The IPM motor drive system will be tested in the laboratory and the theory and simulation results will be verified by the experiments.


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Citation Formats
Ö. Göksu, “Shaft transducerless vector control of the interior permanent magnet motor with speed and position estimation using high frequency signal injection and flux observer methods,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2008.