Implement open-loop or closed-loop field-oriented control (FOC)
techniques for sensor-based and sensorless position applications using
Field-Oriented Control of Induction Motors with Simulink and
Motor Control Blockset
Uses open-loop control (also known as scalar control or Volts/Hz control) to run a motor. This technique varies the stator voltage and frequency to control the rotor speed without using any feedback from the motor. You can use this technique to check the integrity of the hardware connections. A constant speed application of open-loop control uses a fixed-frequency motor power supply. An adjustable speed application of open-loop control needs a variable-frequency power supply to control the rotor speed. To ensure a constant stator magnetic flux, keep the supply voltage amplitude proportional to its frequency.
Determines the parameters of a three-phase AC induction motor (ACIM) using the recommended Texas Instruments™ hardware. The example determines these parameters: Stator resistance (Ohm)
Implements the field-oriented control (FOC) technique to control the speed of a three-phase AC induction motor (ACIM). The FOC algorithm requires rotor speed feedback, which is obtained in this example by using a quadrature encoder sensor. For details about FOC, see Field-Oriented Control (FOC).
Uses sensorless position estimation to implement the field-oriented control (FOC) technique to control the speed of a three-phase AC induction motor (ACIM). For details about FOC, see Field-Oriented Control (FOC).
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