Development of Synchronous Reluctance Motor (SynRM) Driver Using Electromagnetic Co-simulation Analysis

  • 陳 名輝

Student thesis: Master's Thesis

Abstract

The aim of this study is to manifest the development of a synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM) driver using multiphysics electromagnetic co-simulation analysis The co-simulation integrates the 2-dimensional (2-D) electromagnetics finite element analysis a three-phase inverter model and the control algorithm Conventionally the analysis of an electric motor drive system is separated and there exists little co-operation between motor designers and system developers at the design stage The analysis is hence based on individual items at the component level The potential for a co-simulation analysis reflects the real system response and parameter effects in different operating scenarios In this study the co-simulation method provides functionality to analyze the interaction between the electronics driver and electromagnetic characteristics of an electric motor This research initially discusses the implementation of a co-simulation architecture in Simplorer A comparison between the sole Maxwell 2-D simulation and the co-simulation with Simplorer is introduced A control algorithm implementation using a sinusoidal PWM a sinusoidal vector control and field-oriented control are employed Secondly a microcontroller with a three-phase inverter is developed The final presentation is to establish a comparison between the Simplorer co-simulation and the experimental results
Date of Award2015 Aug 28
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorMin-Fu Hsieh (Supervisor)

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