||EES Field Oriented Control
||Prof. Dr. Alberto Colotti
Active participation in the three days of course is required.
The course is part of the EVA EES.
||5 November 2021
||12 November 2021
||19 November 2021
Three course days, details will be comunicated to the participants.
The course is part of the EVA-EES (electrical energy systems) which is proposed by different schools. The goal of the EVA-EES is to strenghten the knowledge in the field of electrical energy, drives and conversion. The whole cycle consists of 7 courses:
EVA-EES EDD: Electric Drive Design
EVA-EES PS: Power Systems
EVA-EES PV: Photovoltaic Systems
EVA-EES AS: Ancillary Services – Technology, Market and Operations
EVA-EES ERT: Electrical Railway Technology
EVA-EES ESM: Energy Storages & Integration E-mobility and Buildings
EVA-EES FOC: Field Oriented Control
EVA-EES SCM: Design Considerations for Robust and Reliable Power Semiconductor Modules
See further information on the whole cycle on the following path:
german, english course documents
|Description (max. 300 characters):
The EES FOC course covers the fundamentals of the field oriented descriptions of permanent magnet motors and explains their physical and mathematical backgrounds. The structure of modern servo systems is explained and the special topics of internal PM machines and of synchronous reluctance machines are shown.
The EES FOC course is given in two different settings. The lecture part covers the theoretical backgrounds as the mathematical models and algorithms. In the lab section practical task are assigned to be worked out on servo systems of three different manufacturers.
|Contents and Learning Objectives:
Day 1 Theory
- Introduction, Overview and Goals
- History and Applications, Frame Theory and Transformations
Day 1 Practical Exercise
- Structure of a multi axis servo system, software tools and relations
- motor parameters and setup on a servo system
- start up and usage of the on board scope, stationary operation points
Day 2 Theory
- Motor Models and equations
- structure of field oriented control
- settings of the cascaded control loops
Day 2 Practical Exercise
- Tuning of current and speed control with standard methods
- implementation of field weakening range, behaviour of voltage control
- effects of stiffness and inertia, practical knowledge
Day 3 Theory
- Motor models for salient pole machines
- Inductances in different frames
- Control of IPM structures and optimal operation modes
Day 3 Practical Exercise
- Multi axis functions and settings
- Positioning tasks, optimising performance
The credits of the EVA-EES are assigned if at least 2 courses are attended in one semester.
The whole EVA-EES consists of 6 courses which totally gives 6 credit points.
Alberto Colotti, SoE, ZHAW
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