Generate Optimal Current Controller Calibration Tables for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors
Use Model-Based Calibration Toolbox™ and Powertrain Blockset™ to generate optimized current controller and flux parameters for permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) blocks. Follow these steps.
Use the Model-Based Calibration Toolbox to generate optimized current controller tables for flux-based motor controllers. Based on nonlinear motor flux data, the calibration tables optimize:
You can use current controller parameters for the Flux-Based PM Controller block.
|Generate Feed-Forward Flux Parameters|
Use MATLAB® scripts available with Powertrain Blockset to load flux motor data, visualize the flux surface, and create plots of flux as a function of current.
You can use motor parameters for the Flux-Based PM Controller block.
Use MATLAB scripts available with Powertrain Blockset to load flux motor data, invert the flux, and create plots of current as a function of flux.
You can use flux-based PMSM parameters for the Flux-Based PMSM block.
Optimized Flux-Based PM Controller and Flux-Based PMSM Blocks
This example provides a model with optimized Flux-Based PM Controller and Flux-Based PMSM block parameters. To generate the parameters, follow the workflow steps in Generate Optimal Current Controller Calibration Tables for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors.
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