The Field-Oriented Control (FOC) method is a motor control strategy that orients the stator current vector in a rotating reference frame of the machine.
This technical note explains how to implement speed control for an electric motor. First, the note introduces the general operating principles of motor speed control,…
The note introduces an example of Direct Torque Control (DTC) for an electric drive using a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) and a programmable inverter.
The note introduces an electric car motor control strategy. The system is tested on a back-to-back motor testbench with car emulation.
The note introduces a wind turbine generator control technique with sensorless algorithm. The system is tested on a back-to-back motor testbench.
This note covers the rotor field-oriented control of an induction machine and its implementation on a user-configurable voltage-source inverter.
This note covers the V/f control of an induction machine and its implementation on a programmable drive inverter.
This note covers the I-f startup method for speed sensorless motor control and its implementation on a programmable power converter prototype.
This technical note addresses the sensorless control of motor drives using a back-EMF sliding-mode observer. The technique allows speed and position estimation of a Permanent…
This page gives an overview of possible variable speed drive (VSD) configurations and how to implement them using imperix solutions. Thanks to a modular approach,…
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