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Reducing the cogging torque effects in hybrid stepper machines by means of resonant controllers

Author
Arias, A.; Caum, J.; Ibarra, E.; Griño, R.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
IEEE transactions on industrial electronics
Date of publication
2019-04-01
Volume
66
Number
4
First page
2603
Last page
2612
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1109/TIE.2018.2844786 Open in new window
Project funding
Advanced control of on-board dc multibus systems in vehicles
Control Avançat de Sistemes d'Energia
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/119241 Open in new window
URL
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8382325/ Open in new window
Abstract
Permanent magnet machines are not free from the interaction between magnets and the stator and rotor slots, which causes an undesired disturbing torque. Such cogging or detent torque is especially larger with salient pole machines, as it is the case of the Permanent Magnet Hybrid Stepper Machines (PMHSM). Depending on the application requirements, these torque perturbations can be unacceptable and the application of solutions that minimizes the cogging torque effects are mandatory. This paper or...
Citation
Arias, A., Caum, J., Ibarra, E., Griño, R. Reducing the cogging torque effects in hybrid stepper machines by means of resonant controllers. "IEEE transactions on industrial electronics", 11 Juny 2018. Vol. 66 (4): p. 2603 - 2612
Keywords
cogging torque, field oriented control, permanent magnet hybrid stepper machine, position control, resonant controller, speed control
Group of research
ACES - Advanced Control of Energy Systems
CD6 - Centre for Sensors, Instruments and Systems Development
GREO - Optical Engineering Research Group
PERC-UPC - Power Electronics Research Centre

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