Automatic Turn-off Angle Control for High Speed SRM Drives

Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 81-88, Jan. 2007



This paper presents a new approach to the automatic control of the turn-off angle used to excite the Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) employed in electric vehicles (EV). The controller selects the turn-off angle that supports and improves the performance of the motor drive system. This control scheme consisting of classical current control and speed control depends on a lookup table to take the best result of the motor. The turn-on angle of the main switches of the inverter is fixed at 0o and the turn-off angle is variable depending on the reference speed. The motor, inverter and control system are modeled in Simulink to demonstrate the operation of the system.

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[IEEE Style]

M. N. F. Nashed, K. Ohyama, K. Aso, H. Fujii and H. Uehara, "Automatic Turn-off Angle Control for High Speed SRM Drives," Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 81-88, 2007. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2007.7.1.81.

[ACM Style]

Maged N. F. Nashed, Kazuhiro Ohyama, Kenichi Aso, Hiroaki Fujii, and Hitoshi Uehara. 2007. Automatic Turn-off Angle Control for High Speed SRM Drives. Journal of Power Electronics, 7, 1, (2007), 81-88. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2007.7.1.81.