Introduction of PMSM Control Methods
Vector control is based on the rotor flux orientation. Torque control of the PMSM can be achieved by controlling the stator current vector. Using vector control method, the PMSM can obtain the same satisfactory control performance as the DC motor. Nowadays, vector control method has been widely used in the high-performance motor drives.
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