Performance Improvement of Model Predictive Current Control of Fault-Tolerant Five-Phase Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Motor Drive
- IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
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- IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 2019, 55, (6), pp. 6001-6010
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© 1972-2012 IEEE. To improve the fault-tolerant performance of a five-phase flux-switching permanent magnet (FSPM) motor drive under open-circuit fault (OCF) condition, a model predictive current control (MPCC) with pre-selective method and duty ratio control (DRC) technology is proposed and investigated in this paper. First, on the principle of minimizing harmonic voltages in x-y subspace, two zero switching states and the switching state, which generates a larger voltage vector in α-β subspace are pre-selected. Second, voltage vector references in α-β subspace and x-y subspace are predicted to further select active voltage vector candidates. Consequently, the number of current predictions has been significantly reduced, resulting in the alleviation of the computational complexity and the increase of sampling frequency. Third, the DRC approach is applied in conjunction with the pre-selection-based MPCC to improve the steady-state performance. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed MPCC method for the OCF tolerant five-phase FSPM motor drive is validated by comparative experiments.
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