Efficiency Improvement by the Intermittent Control for Switched Reluctance Machine in Automotive Application Article - Juillet 2019

Duy-Minh Nguyen, Imen Bahri, Guillaume Krebs, Éric Berthelot, Claude Marchand, Iliya Ralev, Bernhard Burkhart, Rik W. de Doncker

Duy-Minh Nguyen, Imen Bahri, Guillaume Krebs, Éric Berthelot, Claude Marchand, Iliya Ralev, Bernhard Burkhart, Rik W. de Doncker, « Efficiency Improvement by the Intermittent Control for Switched Reluctance Machine in Automotive Application  », IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, juillet 2019, pp. 4167-4182. ISSN 0093-9994

Abstract

In this paper, the intermittent control is proposed for switched reluctance machine drive to both increase the efficiency and decrease the cost of the traction system for low-cost electric vehicles. With the purpose of maintaining the average machine torque required by the load, the intermittent control imposes a higher phase torque during a shorter time. The simulation and experimental results achieved with three different switched reluctance machines show that the intermittent control increases the system efficiency by reducing the converter losses and the core losses. Additionally, three different strategies of the control have been proposed to analyze their impact automotive application based on the criteria of efficiency, machine vibration and torque pulsation. It can also be easily applied for any switched reluctance machines using average-torque-control-based methods.

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