Wound DC Motor Control

Background :

Many traditional motor control approaches neglect the electrical dynamics of the motor. That is, good performance can be achieved by considering the dominant mechanical dynamics. However, inclusion of the electrical dynamics into the control design can provide improved performance (unfortunately the control design is likely to be much more complicated). Additionally, the number of sensors required to implement a controller affect cost and reliability. Control design procedures for the full-order electromechanical motor model that use a minimal sensors are sought.


Series Connected Motor and Load

Research Work :

  • Series Configuration
    • Exact model knowledge, velocity control with nonlinear velocity observers (sensorless control)
  • Separately Excited Configuration
    • Exact model knowledge, velocity control with nonlinear velocity observers (sensorless control)

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