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Low cost, high accuracy real-time simulation used for rapid prototyping and testing control algorithms on example of BLDC motor

Low cost, high accuracy real-time simulation used for rapid prototyping and testing control... Abstract This article presents the simulation of a BLDC motor and its closed control system in FPGA. The simulation is based on a mathematical model of the motor, including the electromagnetic torque, phase currents, back electromotive force, etc. In order to ensure calculation precision, the equations describing the motor were solved using a floating point representation of real numbers, and a small step of numerical calculations of 1 μs was assumed. The time step selection methodology has been discussed in detail. The motor model was executed with the use of Textual Programming Languages (with HDL codes). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Electrical Engineering de Gruyter

Low cost, high accuracy real-time simulation used for rapid prototyping and testing control algorithms on example of BLDC motor

Archives of Electrical Engineering , Volume 65 (3) – Sep 1, 2016

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de Gruyter
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2300-2506
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2300-2506
DOI
10.1515/aee-2016-0034
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Abstract

Abstract This article presents the simulation of a BLDC motor and its closed control system in FPGA. The simulation is based on a mathematical model of the motor, including the electromagnetic torque, phase currents, back electromotive force, etc. In order to ensure calculation precision, the equations describing the motor were solved using a floating point representation of real numbers, and a small step of numerical calculations of 1 μs was assumed. The time step selection methodology has been discussed in detail. The motor model was executed with the use of Textual Programming Languages (with HDL codes).

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Archives of Electrical Engineeringde Gruyter

Published: Sep 1, 2016

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