This paper investigates the capability of sensorless rotor position detection by means of injection of a high-frequency (HF) signal of fractional-slot surface-mounted permanent-magnet (PM) motors. In order to create an HF anisotropy, such motors are characterized by the presence of a ring around each pole. For the sake of completeness, different windings are considered: a distributed coil winding and a concentrated coil winding. The effect of eddy currents in the magnets, due to the HF signal, is also considered. The effect of the slot opening is also taken into consideration. Finally, the comparison with two different PM rotor topologies is addressed: an interior PM motor and an INSET motor.

Sensorless Capability of Fractional-Slot Surface-Mounted PM Motors

FAGGION, ADRIANO;FORNASIERO, EMANUELE;BIANCHI, NICOLA;BOLOGNANI, SILVERIO
2013

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This paper investigates the capability of sensorless rotor position detection by means of injection of a high-frequency (HF) signal of fractional-slot surface-mounted permanent-magnet (PM) motors. In order to create an HF anisotropy, such motors are characterized by the presence of a ring around each pole. For the sake of completeness, different windings are considered: a distributed coil winding and a concentrated coil winding. The effect of eddy currents in the magnets, due to the HF signal, is also considered. The effect of the slot opening is also taken into consideration. Finally, the comparison with two different PM rotor topologies is addressed: an interior PM motor and an INSET motor.
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