The aim of this paper is to provide an accurate modelling of the resolution of rotor position measurement and to evaluate its impact on speed estimation required for electric drive control. Starting from the space vector model of a spatially quantized rotor position measurement, the novel concept of instantaneous quantized speed is introduced, which is shown to constitute the effective input to any speed estimation algorithm. Time harmonic formulations that are valid under periodic torque disturbances are also derived. These expressions, based on modulation theory, justify the presence of otherwise unexplained time harmonics in the measured rotor position and estimated speed, which appear when the shaft is subjected to torque disturbances. Analytical and numerical results are provided on a well-known observer structure to validate the filtering action of speed estimation algorithms on the harmonics of the instantaneous quantized speed. Finally, experimental verification on a 400W permanent magnet servo drive is presented

Resolution of Rotor Position Measurement: Modelling and Impact on Speed Estimation

Giacomo Scelba;Luigi Danilo Tornello;Giuseppe Scarcella;
2022-01-01

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The aim of this paper is to provide an accurate modelling of the resolution of rotor position measurement and to evaluate its impact on speed estimation required for electric drive control. Starting from the space vector model of a spatially quantized rotor position measurement, the novel concept of instantaneous quantized speed is introduced, which is shown to constitute the effective input to any speed estimation algorithm. Time harmonic formulations that are valid under periodic torque disturbances are also derived. These expressions, based on modulation theory, justify the presence of otherwise unexplained time harmonics in the measured rotor position and estimated speed, which appear when the shaft is subjected to torque disturbances. Analytical and numerical results are provided on a well-known observer structure to validate the filtering action of speed estimation algorithms on the harmonics of the instantaneous quantized speed. Finally, experimental verification on a 400W permanent magnet servo drive is presented
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