S. Saikumar,K. Tharuneswar,N. Naveen,R. Laxman,Ch. Narasimha Ra,




PMSM,FOC-Field oriented control,Inverse park transformation,PID Controller,


In modern day technological developments, Engineering has played an important role. What drives Engineering is nothing but Effeciency, which in other terms can also be called as Accuracy. The accuracy of the system should be very high when it comes to certain applications. Similar is the topic that has been presented in the paper below regarding the speed control of Permanent magnet Synchronous motor by field oriented control. There are several ways to do it , but this type of control makes the PMSM system to be efficient and accurate. The entire Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor control system is categorized into several independent units such as PMSM coordinate transformation unit , inverter unit, body unit , SVPWM production unit and so on. The mathematical model of the PMSM system can be attained by joining these units. The main benefit of SIMULINK when compared to other softwares is that, instead of compiling program code, the model is built sequentially by the blocks present in software. With the mathematical modelling , we can examine different models and waveforms to provide an effective means for the analysis and design of the PMSM system. It is familiar that the control properties of P-I-D controller are better when compared with that PI controller. In the following paper, the Field Oriented Control system is enabled using P-I-D instead of standard PI model.


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