Electrical and Computer Engineering
Permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) are a promising candidate for the push to electrify transportation. They have many benefits over DC motors, however they require advanced control techniques that use accurate rotor position, to achieve optimal operation. Using Field Oriented Control (FOC) and hall sensors allows for a low-cost, reliable solution for PMSM drives.
The current study uses FOCs and hall sensors to achieve a motor drive with high power density, accurate speed control, and a small footprint.
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Electronics
Mayberry, Michael, "Three-Phase Motor Drive using Hall Sensors and Field Oriented Control" (2019). ROEU 2018-19. 9.