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Design and simulation of interior permanent magnet synchronous machine
Veselý, Petr ; Vlach, Radek (referee) ; Ondrůšek, Čestmír (advisor)
The master’s thesis deals with the design of a synchronous motor with embedded magnets. First of all, the general theory of synchronous motor, which is focused on field-weakening drive, is described. Then a 6-pole and a 8-pole version of the motor with embded magnet, which has 65 kW and 3000 rpm is complexly designed. Motors are compared with each other and with a motor with surface magnets, that was also designed in this work. Finally, all motors are compared with a mafufactured and measured motor.
Novel Methods of Sensorless Control of Drives with PMSM Motor
Lepka, Jaroslav ; Klíma, Bohumil (referee) ; Lettl,, Jiří (referee) ; Václavek, Pavel (advisor)
Purpose of this dissertation is to explore control techniques of PMSM motors and the design of a complex solution of sensorless control across a wide range of speed and torque. The proposed solution supports industrial implementation of different types of end equipment which use a PMSM motor. The work covers a thorough analysis of position and speed estimation. The Control structure is based on field oriented control technique, processes estimated quantities, and optimizes motor conditions to achieve maximum efficiency, start-up torque, and speed. The work discusses how the solution complies with the latest IEC standards. Compliance with these standards requires adapting the sensorless control technique and field oriented control structure. The elimination of a rotor position sensor and a temperature sensor measuring winding temperature requires development of techniques in software for blocked rotor detection and overload detection. The proposed solutions, which have been granted US patents, are explained in this work and utilize the unique features of an NXP microcontroller optimized for motor control applications. The achieved results are demonstrated on real industrial applications.
AC Induction Machine Field Weakening Algorithms
Mynář, Zbyněk ; Veselý, Libor (referee) ; Václavek, Pavel (advisor)
Nowadays, thanks to advances in information and power technology induction motors are deployed there, where previously only other types of electric motors were possible to use. Those typically lack the reliability and low cost of induction motors. Best results in control of induction motors are achieved when vector control is used, to which part of the work is paid. If induction motor reaches the speed when it is no longer possible to continue to increase stator voltage, there is possibility of field weakening or reduction of magnetic flux and thus achieve higher speed. A comparison of several algorithms is devoted to this work. As a simulation tool MATLAB-Simulink was used. Another part is devoted to implementation of these algorithms to the processor of 56F800E series which uses calculations in fixed point.
AC Drives Control in Field Weakening Region
Padalík, Michal ; Blaha, Petr (referee) ; Václavek, Pavel (advisor)
Diploma Thesis describes principle of AC motors. It shows method of the vector control, Clarke and Park transformation. The Thesis contains proposal control AC drives in higher speed than nominal.

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