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2022-06-26

A Three-Interval PWM Duty Cycle Adaptive Method for Torque Ripple Suppression of Switched Reluctance Motor

By Chaozhi Huang, Yuliang Wu, Wensheng Cao, Zhaoxin Zhu, and Yongmin Geng
Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 111, 103-117, 2022
doi:10.2528/PIERM22042601

Abstract

Aiming at the problem of excessive torque ripple of switched reluctance motor (SRM), a three-interval PWM duty cycle adaptive control strategy is proposed in this paper. The method changes the PWM duty cycle to adjust the voltage across the windings according to the torque error, divides the interval according to the inductance linear model, and adapts to different PWM duty cycles in different intervals, different speeds, and different torque errors. And the optimal PWM duty cycle group under different rotation speeds is obtained by trial and error, and this duty cycle group is used as the control method to adapt the PWM duty cycle group. Finally, through Matlab/Simulink simulation and motor platform experiments, the three-interval fixed PWM duty cycle control strategy and the three-interval PWM duty cycle adaptive control strategy in this paper are compared. The results show that the three-interval PWM duty cycle adaptive control strategy proposed in this paper has a good torque ripple suppression effect in a wide speed and wide load range.

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Chaozhi Huang, Yuliang Wu, Wensheng Cao, Zhaoxin Zhu, and Yongmin Geng, "A Three-Interval PWM Duty Cycle Adaptive Method for Torque Ripple Suppression of Switched Reluctance Motor," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 111, 103-117, 2022.
doi:10.2528/PIERM22042601
http://jpier.org/PIERM/pier.php?paper=22042601

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