IPMSM torque control strategies based on LUTs and VCT feedback for robust control under machine parameter variations
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In recent years, Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines (IPMSMs) have attracted a considerable attention in the scientific community and industry for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) propulsion systems. Lookup Table (LUT) based Field Oriented Control (FOC) strategies are widely used for IPMSM torque control. However, LUTs strongly depend on machine parameters. Deviations of these parameters due to machine ageing, temperature or manufacturing inaccuracies can lead to control instabilities in the field weakening region. In this paper, two novel hybrid IPMSM control strategies combining the usage of LUTs and Voltage Constraint Tracking (VCT) feedbacks are proposed in order to overcome the aforementioned controllability issues. Simulation results that demonstrate the validity of the proposed approaches are presented.
CitationTrancho, E., Ibarra, E., Arias, A., Salazar, C., Lopez, I., Diaz de Guereñu, A., Peña, A. IPMSM torque control strategies based on LUTs and VCT feedback for robust control under machine parameter variations. A: Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. "The 42nd Annual Conference of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society". 2016.