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Title: Razvoj algoritma vodenja sinhronskega motorja s trajnimi magneti Bračko, Matic (Author)Rodič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... Belšak, Aleš (Mentor) More about this mentor... Truntič, Mitja (Co-mentor) UN_Bracko_Matic_2018.pdf (3,21 MB) Slovenian Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11) 2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis FERI - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Kot skupina študentov smo se zbrali z namenom, da izdelamo lastno električno kolo. Ena izmed nalog je bila zasnova algoritma za vodenje trifaznega sinhronskega motorja s trajnimi površinkimi magneti, ki je predstavljena v sklopu zaključnega dela. V sklopu dela je predstavljeno modeliranje motorja v programskem okolju Matlab/Simulink, izdelava algoritma in njegovega testiranja v simulacijskem okolju. Poskrbeli smo za konstruiranje zaščitnih elementov pri jermenskem in verižnem prenosu. Na koncu pa je predstavljena implementacija algoritma za vodenje in njegovo testiranje na realnem sistemu Vektorska modulacija, električno kolo, absolutni dajalnik, SV PWM 2018 M. Bračko [Maribor 621.313.32:621.922(043.2) 21760278 This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International 350 70 KTFMB - FERI

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Language: English Design of control algorithm for permanent magnet synchronous motor Group of students have gathered together with a purpose to make our own electric bike. One of the tasks was the creation of control algorithm for three phase synchronous motor with surface permanent magnets, which is presented in this paper. The aim of this thesis was a presentation of mathematical modelling of PMSM motor in Matlab/Simulink, programming of algorithm and its test in simulation environment. We designed safety components for belt and chain transmission. And last but not least implementation of control algorithm and its testing on a real system is presented. FOC, electric bike, absolute encoder, SV PWM