Numerical Average-Value Modeling of the Brushless DC Motor 120-Degree Inverter System

TitleNumerical Average-Value Modeling of the Brushless DC Motor 120-Degree Inverter System
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsHan, Q., N. Samoylenko, and J. Jatskevich
Conference NameElectrical and Computer Engineering, 2007. CCECE 2007. Canadian Conference on
Pagination115 -118
Date Publishedapr.
Keywords120-degree inverter system, brushless DC motor, brushless DC motors, commutation-conduction pattern, electromechanical systems, invertors, large-signal time-domain transients, nonlinear algebraic function, nonlinear functions, numerical average-value modeling, permanent magnet motors, permanent magnet synchronous machine, power electronic drives, power electronics, qd model, synchronous motors, time-domain analysis
Abstract

Average-value modeling is indispensable for large and small-signal analysis of electromechanical systems with power electronic drives. Development of accurate analytical average-value models for the brushless DC motor with 120-degree inverter systems is particularly challenging due to the complicated commutation-conduction patterns of the stator currents. This paper extends a recently proposed approach for numerical averaging of power electronic converters to constructing average-value model for the brushless DC motor with a 120-degree inverter system. In the proposed model, a proper qd model of the permanent magnet synchronous machine is used, and the inverter dynamics are represented using nonlinear algebraic functions that are obtained numerically using the detailed model. The new model is compared to a hardware prototype and detailed simulation, and is shown to be accurate in predicting the large-signal time-domain transients.

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CCECE.2007.36
DOI10.1109/CCECE.2007.36

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