Prediction of rotor position in switched reluctance motor drives at standstill and unexcited rotating shaft conditions
"This thesis reports the successful development of a reliable, smooth, and precise sensorless startup routine. The proposed method represents high grade performance and does not require additional hardware or memory. Further, the proposed technique has been extended to flying shaft conditions. The attributes are highly demanded by automotive applications such as starter/alternator and electric power steering systems. Experimental and theoretical results are included to validate the claims."--Introduction, page 9.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
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© 2004 Umamaheshwar Krishnamurthy, All rights reserved.
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Krishnamurthy, Umamaheshwar, "Prediction of rotor position in switched reluctance motor drives at standstill and unexcited rotating shaft conditions" (2004). Masters Theses. 2493.
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