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Sensorless Control Strategy for Switched Reluctance Traction Drive Based on High Frequency Injection

Authors: Pavel Sovicka, Giacomo Scelba, Pavol Rafajdus, Vladimir Vavrus

Published in: ELECTRIMACS 2019

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

This paper deals with the implementation of a sensorless control strategy devoted to Switched Reluctance Motor Drives used in the traction drive of a small truck. The sensorless technique operates at low and zero speed. In the proposed approach an additional high frequency magnetic field is injected into the machine and a suitable demodulation algorithm is exploited to extract useful information on the rotor position and speed. The feasibility of the implementation is verified by simulations.
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Metadata
Title
Sensorless Control Strategy for Switched Reluctance Traction Drive Based on High Frequency Injection
Authors
Pavel Sovicka
Giacomo Scelba
Pavol Rafajdus
Vladimir Vavrus
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37161-6_8

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