Sensorless Control and Drive methods for Permanent Magnet Motors

2017-2018 Summer
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
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To run a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM), the stator magnetic field direction and magnitude must be manipulated with respect to that of the rotor magnetic field. This requires strict control of the phase currents, and accurate measurement of the electrical and mechanical parameters. Running such a motor requires a great deal of computation power!

In this project, we will implement some algorithms for position and speed control of PMSM on a microprocessor in real-time. We will evaluate how well the processor can manage the timing of critical measurements such as current measurement. The processor load will be measured, as well as how the processor can be connected to other similar systems, in an Internet of Things (IoT) structure.

The result of the project will be a motor controller, implemented on a processor, and a report describing the processor performance.


Related Areas of Project: 
Computer Science and Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering

About Project Supervisors

Supervisor: Ahmet Onat