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A Novel Method of Phase Current Compensation for Switched Reluctance Motor System Based on Finite Element

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  • Switched Reluctance Motor
  • Torque Ripple
  • Phase Current Compensation
  • Finite Element
  • Musicology
  • Physics


Torque ripple is a major problem of switched reluctance motor drive system, which causes undesirable vibration and acoustic noise. In this paper, a novel method of torque closed-loop and fuzzy compensation control for the switched reluctance motor drive system based on finite element model is described. In terms of the simulation results and the special characteristics of static torquecurrent-angle which are calculated by finite element method, the phase current can be treated just as the nonlinear function of phase torque. With the proposed control concept, a compensating signal is added to the phase current, the current shape can vary with the fuzzy control ruler to minimize the torque ripple. In the end, an example of 8/6 poles switched reluctance motor is simulated. Simulation results show that the torque ripple coefficient Ti can be reduced about fifty percent and the total torque also can be advanced, which verifies the effects of the proposed fuzzy compensation control technique.

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