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In this paper, we present the control technique based on the singular perturbation technique controlled by a fuzzy regulator applied to the permanent magnet synchronous machine (PMSM). This technique applied to the PMSM conducts to a separation of the variables into disjoined subset or two separated models: one having a slow dynamics, and the other a fast dynamics. To ensure certain robustness to the decoupled control system based on these techniques, the control speed and the Id current is carried out by fuzzy regulators. A qualitative analysis of the principal variables evolution describing the behavior of the global system (PMSM-Inverter with MLI-Control) and its robustness is developed by several tests of digital simulation in last stage.
Peter Sekerák, Valéria Hrabovcová, Juha Pyrhönen, Lukáš Kalamen, Pavol Rafajdus and Matúš Onufer
Ferrites and Different Winding Types in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
This paper deals with design of permanent magnet synchronous machines with ferrites. The ferrites became popular due to their low cost and cost increasing of NdFeB. The progress in ferrite properties in the last decade allows the use of ferrites in high power applications. Three models of ferrite motors are presented. It is shown that also the type of stator winding and the shape of the slot opening have an important effect on the PMSM properties. The first motor has a distributed winding, the second motor has concentrated, non-overlapping winding and open stator slots. The third motor has a concentrated non-overlapping winding and semi - open slots. All models are designed for the same output power and they do not have the same dimensions. The paper shows how important the design of an electric machine is for excellent motor properties or better to say how the motor properties can be improved by an appropriate design.
The spindle vibrations of the high-speed grinding motorized spindle largely determine the machining quality and precision. In order to accurately predict the spindle vibrations of the PMSM high-speed grinding motorized spindle, the vibration causes are explored and analyzed. The radial vibration, inclined vibration, and axial vibration model are established. The experimental modal analysis method is proposed to analyze the dynamic response of the spindle and to identify the modal parameters of the spindle structure. Thereafter, the frequency response function (FRF) is calculated by self-power spectrum and cross-power spectrum. It is transformed into the vibration spectrum analysis of the spindle. The least-square method is used to fit the radial trajectory of the spindle. This paper aims to propose double standard spheres for 5- DOF spindle vibrations used to detect the spindle vibrations. In the experiment, the method proposed in this paper can effectively and accurately determine the causes of the spindle vibrations. The spectrum analysis and the trajectory are common tools in the spindle vibration detection.