Panda, SK and Amaratunga, GAJ (1990) Switched reluctance motor drive without direct rotor position sensing. Conference Record - IAS Annual Meeting (IEEE Industry Applications Society). pp. 525-530. ISSN 0160-8592Full text not available from this repository.
A closed-loop control technique based on monitoring phase current risetime for switched reluctance (SR) motors without direct rotor-position sensors has been studied and implemented successfully. In this technique the variation in incremental phase inductance in a SR motor is used to detect rotor position. A control circuit for current-waveform-based rotor position detection has been implemented using hard-wire digital circuits. Torque-speed and system-efficiency characteristics resulting from the application of the method to a 4-kW, four-phase SR motor with an IGBT drive are presented.
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