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Elena Astakhova
Developing Inverter to Control a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Using Vector Regulation
2019
In recent times, brushless motors operated by the vector method are increasingly used. A permanent magnet motor keeps high performance and large torque, but the best performance can be achieved only with proper and accurate control of currents and voltages. The vector method considering not only the actual value of the electrical parameter but also its phase emphasizes this way of controlling a brushless motor among other options. This article proposes the development of a prototype device with a controller using the code written based on the mathematical model of the vector method is given. The parameters of the main controller are optimized after computer simulations that consider external factors. According to the test results, the PMSM motor produces the best performance and reliability when using the inverter on vector control as a control element.

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