15 views

Uploaded by Emailsuman Exbii

Mod DC Motor

- 17YPG Series Product Sheet
- teamf midsemesterpresentation
- En Acs850 e0 e Hw c Screen
- viewer.zmags.pdf
- IRJET-Speed Control of Separately Excited DC Motor Using Chopper
- InertiaDynamics_Clutch304_specsheet
- Dunkermotor Enters Expanded Motion Control Distribution Agreement with Axis New England
- Sohaib Hasan - Brushless DC Motors - Copy
- I-II - Ee105_els - Unit-III - Question Bank
- La 5550
- Full Doc of Sai Kumar
- Selection and Integration of Positive Displacement Motors into Di.pdf
- Presentation for Motor Windings
- AC DC Drives
- Reliance to Baldor - Cross Reference
- Physics - Magnetic Fields in the House
- PTC Thermistor Lead Type
- Chap02b.advanced process control.pdf
- final project work.docx
- Demag katalog.pdf

You are on page 1of 3

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

1. Equations of the motor: The modeling of the unit motor + load is made possible by using the basic equations of the DC machine and the fundamental principle of dynamics. We propose to model a permanent magnet machine (with constant flux, no magnetic saturation). You can see on the right the equivalent circuit of the armature of the machine. We can deduce the following electrical equations in any particular state: di(t) Um(t) = Ri(t) + L + E(t) (1.1) dt (k, emf constant, considered as equal to the torque constant). Here is a reminder of the electromagnetic equations linked to the motor : E(t) = k(t) et Cm(t) = ki(t) The equality 1.1 can therefore be written:

Um(t) = Ri(t) + L

Mechanical equations:

di(t) + k(t) dt

(1.2)

Cm: the electromagnetic torque produced by the motor. J: is the moment of inertia. Cch: torque load. It consists in the load torque Cr and the friction Cf. With Cf = f (we will ignore dry friction). f: coefficient of viscous friction. The fundamental principle of dynamics allows us to write: d(t) = Cm(t) - Cch(t) (1.3) dt By stating that Cch = Cr + Cf, the equation (1.3) can be written this way: J Cm(t) = J d(t) + f + Cr(t) dt

(1.4)

2. Block diagram : We will now look at variations in the armature current and the speed (the quantities studied are considered to be nil at the initial instant). In LAPLACE variables the equations (1.2) and (1.4) become:

We therefore deduce: We obtain the block diagram:

Cr(s) Um(s)

I(s) =

Um(s) - k(s) Ls + R

and

(s) =

kI(s) - Cr(s) Js + f

1 Ls + R

I(s)

Cm (s)

1 Js + f

(s)

E(s)

3. Transfer functions: 3.1. Control of the speed by the armature: After calculating we find: (s) = k

In the case of speed control, we consider the load torque as a disturbance and the transfer function in voltage is written:

T(s) =

We find a second order transfer function. We posit usually: Rf L J e = and m = and we define the electromechanical time constant: em = 2 m R f k + Rf k and the coefficient Km so that Km = 2 k + Rf We can approach the relation(2.1) in the domain of common frequencies by :

T(s) =

1 1 . Km (1 + es)(1 + ems)

(2.2)

When e is very small in relation to em, or several frequencies being envisaged are very weak, we can reduce (2.2) to :

1 1 . (3.1) Km (1 + ems) In this case the machine is seen as a simple first order (however it must not be subject to stress to quickly). T(s) =

Note: a variation in the load causes a modification in the model of the system. Moreover, if the load is large the simplification hypotheses used to obtain (2.2) can turn out to be unsound 3.2. Current control by the armature: The block diagram on the previous page can be represented in the following manner:

I(s)

Um(s)

1 Ls + R

Cr(s) (s)

E(s)

1 Js + f

Cm(s)

+

This block diagram will be used to study current control (or torque control). It will also be useful to set the parameters of the current circuit in the case of speed control with a secondary loop. If we consider that the torque load is a disturbance, the transfer function in current is written:

TI(s) =

TI(s) = A.

The remarks are the same as in the previous chapter. Generally, m>em>e and we can show that in a closed loop the transfer function is equivalent to that of a first order.

- 17YPG Series Product SheetUploaded byqwerk123
- teamf midsemesterpresentationUploaded byapi-354042991
- En Acs850 e0 e Hw c ScreenUploaded bycuongvcs
- viewer.zmags.pdfUploaded byMichelle Smith
- IRJET-Speed Control of Separately Excited DC Motor Using ChopperUploaded byIRJET Journal
- InertiaDynamics_Clutch304_specsheetUploaded byElectromate
- Dunkermotor Enters Expanded Motion Control Distribution Agreement with Axis New EnglandUploaded byPR.com 2
- Sohaib Hasan - Brushless DC Motors - CopyUploaded byAbhishek Kumar
- I-II - Ee105_els - Unit-III - Question BankUploaded byRachananjali Kunamneni Kethineni
- La 5550Uploaded byChelsea Tea
- Full Doc of Sai KumarUploaded bykowuri
- Selection and Integration of Positive Displacement Motors into Di.pdfUploaded byreza kh
- Presentation for Motor WindingsUploaded byAhmed Kordy
- AC DC DrivesUploaded by322399mk7086
- Reliance to Baldor - Cross ReferenceUploaded byumer0905
- Physics - Magnetic Fields in the HouseUploaded byJohn
- PTC Thermistor Lead TypeUploaded byMirela Varga
- Chap02b.advanced process control.pdfUploaded byAnthony Patterson
- final project work.docxUploaded byMidhun Kv
- Demag katalog.pdfUploaded bygogo995
- Pmdc MotorUploaded byAdnan Khan
- microactuator 1Uploaded byAnonymous P85UrA0FAT
- graduationprojectreporttoprint.pdfUploaded byRavindra Parab
- Centrifugal SwitchesUploaded byMohit Garg
- Quantum Controls - Today's Engineer October 2018Uploaded byQuantum Controls
- unit 3Uploaded byBoopathi Shanmugam
- Hw1 EE10-110 PracticeUploaded byHemite
- DC MotorUploaded byPranav Dixit
- machineryUploaded byTeodoro Berou
- Lesson 17 StateDeterminedSystemsUploaded byE. Nico Shaner

- Mod DC ChopperUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- PI_order1Uploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- pwmUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- RectificationUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- Bakkhali Unlimited _ Part 3 – SourishUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- ACSweep TutorialUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- Ident DC MotorUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- MaxUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- ThankYouUploaded byEmailsuman Exbii
- HarmonicsHarmonicsUploaded bySanthu Meprathu

- phương trình tích phân kì dị loại 2 nhân CauchyUploaded byThanh Nguyễn
- Assignment MpUploaded byraja
- IJIRAE:: Finite Element Analysis of Stacker Mechanism used in Bearing ManufacturingUploaded byIJIRAE- International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering
- Zero Padding of SignalsUploaded by1balamanian
- hw2Uploaded byKelly Hartmann
- Equity ValuationUploaded byJasmine Nanda
- M&I lab manualUploaded byGandhi Ramasamy
- Image Processing by Preserving a Manifold StructureUploaded byijcsn
- 349.1R_07.pdfUploaded byJoão Carlos Protz Protz
- The Secret World of Codes and Code Breaking : Nrich.maths.orgUploaded byDave Marrison
- Fits&Tolerances pptUploaded byAiam Pandian
- analytical skills buildingUploaded byNikita Sangal
- Advance CursorsUploaded byRaghavendra Kamurthi
- Pages from HIS 9.8.pdfUploaded byAnonymous YcAZv5qF67
- SphereUploaded byhammoudeh13
- cornerstone geometry projectsUploaded byapi-254692552
- The Turning Point in PhilosophyUploaded byGiuseppe Bianco
- Lacan the Number Thirteen and the Logical Form of SuspicionUploaded byGimp Limp
- IJME Paper FormatUploaded bybharathvg8096
- Pre Algebra Glencoe Workbok -Answers on Page EndUploaded byRedmondWA
- CFD Approach for Design Optimization and Validation ForUploaded bySubrahmanyam Dharmana
- M.Sc.(CS)Uploaded bymuralikrish14u
- Harvard Math-23a (Notes, Problems, Syllabus)Uploaded bymaestroarvind
- Dana Chiller 2-5trUploaded bymohdnazir
- Urbanization-a.pptUploaded byMohammed Ahmad
- c++ Objective QueUploaded byraman_raj
- Vincent Kenny - Life, The Multi Verse and Everything - An Introduction to the Ideas of Humberto MaturanaUploaded bydrleonunes
- GATE Signals & Systems BookUploaded byFaniAli
- Low Variance CirclesUploaded byConor Quinn
- 310_spring2012_chapter7Uploaded byPrakhar Rastogi