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Maximum power per VA control of vector controlled interior permanent magnet motor

  • Thakur Sumeet Singh
  • Amit Kumar Jain
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Abstract

Maximum Torque Per Ampere is the commonly used technique for operating interior permanent magnet (IPM) motor while little work is reported towards maximum power-factor operation i.e., Maximum Power Per Volt-Ampere (MPVA). The MPVA operation allows maximum-utilization of the drive-system. The control technique is developed using detailed mathematical model of IPM motor in MPVA, and the solution to the quartic equations involved is derived and analyzed. The solution is utilized to develop LUT for implementation of MPVA control. The comparison of MTPA and MPVA technique is established to demonstrate its merits and demerits. The proposed algorithm is supported by simulation and experimental results on a 5.5 KW vector controlled IPM drive.

Keywords

Permanent magnet motor unity power factor maximum VA utilization current minimization 

List of symbols

rs

stator resistance (Ω)

Ld

direct(d)-axis inductance (H)

Lq

quadrature(q)-axis inductance (H)

λm

P.M. flux linkage (wb)

vds

d-axis stator voltage (V)

vqs

q-axis stator voltage (V)

ids

d-axis stator current (A)

iqs

q-axis stator current (A)

λds

d-axis stator flux linkage (wb)

λqs

q-axis stator flux linkage (wb)

ωe

rotor speed in electrical rad/s

ωr

rotor speed in mechanical rad/s

θe

rotor position (rad)

Te

electrical torque developed (Nm)

λs_r

rated stator flux (wb)

is_r

rated stator current (A)

Vdq

rated voltage peak in dq-frame (V)

ρ

saliency ratio

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electrical EngineeringIndian Institute of Technology DelhiNew DelhiIndia

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