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Motors for Motion Control

Motors for Motion Control

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Published by Surajit Mishra
Comparision between Permnanent magnet Syn Motors and Induction motors for motion control strategies
Comparision between Permnanent magnet Syn Motors and Induction motors for motion control strategies

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Published by: Surajit Mishra on Nov 08, 2012
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Lappeenrannan teknillinen yliopisto
 Lappeenranta University of Technology Jussi Puranen
Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Science(Technology) to be presented with due permission for the public examination andcriticism in the Auditorium 1382 atLappeenranta University of Technology,Lappeenranta, Finland on the 5
of December, 2006, at noon.Acta UniversitatisLappeenrantaensis249
ISBN 952-214-296-4ISBN 952-214-297-2 (PDF)ISSN 1456-4491Lappeenrannan teknillinen yliopistoDigipaino 2006
Jussi Puranen
Induction motor versus permanent magnet synchronous motor in motion controlapplications: a comparative study
Lappeenranta 2006147 p.Acta Universitatis Lappeenrantaensis 249Diss. Lappeenranta University of TechnologyISBN 952-214-296-4, ISBN 952-214-297-2 (PDF), ISSN 1456-4491High dynamic performance of an electric motor is a fundamental prerequisite in motion controlapplications, also known as servo drives. Recent developments in the field of microprocessorsand power electronics have enabled faster and faster movements with an electric motor. In such adynamically demanding application, the dimensioning of the motor differs substantially from theindustrial motor design, where feasible characteristics of the motor are for example highefficiency, a high power factor, and a low price. In motion control instead, such characteristics ashigh overloading capability, high-speed operation, high torque density and low inertia arerequired.The thesis investigates how the dimensioning of a high-performance servomotor differs from thedimensioning of industrial motors. The two most common servomotor types are examined; aninduction motor and a permanent magnet synchronous motor. The suitability of these two motor types in dynamically demanding servo applications is assessed, and the design aspects thatoptimize the servo characteristics of the motors are analyzed. Operating characteristics of a high performance motor are studied, and some methods for improvements are suggested. The mainfocus is on the induction machine, which is frequently compared to the permanent magnetsynchronous motor. A 4 kW prototype induction motor was designed and manufactured for theverification of the simulation results in the laboratory conditions.Also a dynamic simulation model for estimating the thermal behaviour of the induction motor inservo applications was constructed. The accuracy of the model was improved by coupling it withthe electromagnetic motor model in order to take into account the variations in the motor electromagnetic characteristics due to the temperature rise.Keywords: Induction motor, permanent magnet synchronous motor, servomotor, motion controlUDC 621.313.333 : 681.587.7

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