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In this paper Back EMF Observer is presented in order to estimate the phase-to-phase trapezoidal back-EMF in a Brushless DC (BLDC) motor by using only the measurements of the stator voltages and Currents. This estimated back-EMF was then used to deduce the rotor speed of the motor. In this proposed method consist of two loops, one is outer speed loop and another is inner current control loop, which is Hysteresis current controller (HCC), the effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated through MATLAB/SIMULINK simulations results.

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Observer

Kanaiya.L.Nishad1 Prof. Murtuza.Y. Saifee2

1

Student 2Assistant Professor

1,2

Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot

Abstract In this paper Back EMF Observer is presented in The estimated back-EMF is in turn used to deduce the rotor

order to estimate the phase-to-phase trapezoidal back-EMF position and speed of the motor.

in a Brushless DC (BLDC) motor by using only the The outline of the paper is as follows. In the section

measurements of the stator voltages and Currents. This 2, the model of BLDC motor is developed on the basis of

estimated back-EMF was then used to deduce the rotor which a back EMF observer of the phase-to-phase

speed of the motor. In this proposed method consist of two trapezoidal back-EMF is constructed. In Section 3,

loops, one is outer speed loop and another is inner current Hysteresis current controller is presented. In Section 4,

control loop, which is Hysteresis current controller (HCC), explained about commutation signal obtain from phase to

the effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated phase back-EMF from observer, to switch hall sensor

through MATLAB/SIMULINK simulations results. decoder, which will helps in deduce reference current for

Key words: Brushless DC (BLDC) motor, Hysteresis current HCC to generate switching gate pulse and also explained the

controller (HCC), Back EMF Observer approach to obtain the speed from the estimated phase-to-

phase back-EMF is presented. In Sections 5 and 6 are

I. INTRODUCTION includes the simulation results. Finally, some conclusions

In recent years, BLDC motors, also called Permanent are drawn on the overall design and the results obtained.

Magnet DC Synchronous motors .These motors are one of

the motor types that have more rapidly gained popularity, II. BLDC MOTOR MODEL

mainly because due to their high efficiency, silent operation, In BLDC motors, two phase conduction takes place so the

high power density, reliability and low maintenance. A third phase remain off at any point of time, generally neutral

BLDC motor is an inside out brushed DC motor with point of stator winding of motor is floating and is not

mechanical commutator replaced by an electronic switching accessible. This often makes it impossible todirectly

converters called electronic commutator. Usually, three measure phase voltages.

Hall-effect sensors are employed as position sensors to

perform current commutations. In order to obtain quasi-

square current waveforms, with dead time periods of 60

degree.so the knowledge the six rotor positions is required.

The main drawback of using this Hall Effect sensor is

increases cost, mounting of rotor position sensors and

sensitive to high temperature so, it has motivated to research

in the area of position Sensorless BLDC motor drives. With

these Sensorless approach, position sensors will be

eliminated, cost of the system also tend to be reduce and the

overall system reliability will increase.

As a result, in recent years a great attention has

been given to Sensorless control of BLDC motor, that is, Fig. 1: Equivalent circuit of BLDC motor drive with inverter

control the BLDC motor without using the position So the BLDC motor can be modelled in stator

sensors.so in proposed literature the number of methods are (abc)-reference frame using the following equations

surveyed toobtain or estimate the rotor positions and speed considering that the phase voltages are balanced:

of BLDC motors. Various methods with variety of d (I a I b ) R 1 1

(I a I b ) E ab V ab

strategies, such as includes back-EMF voltage sensing from dt L L L

non-energized coils, detection of the freewheeling diodes d (I b I c ) R 1 1

conduction, back-EMF integration and flux estimation (I b I c ) E bc V bc (1)

dt L L L

[1,2,3] to know the rotor position. However, the above

d (I c I a ) R 1 1

mentioned strategies work well only over a limited range of (I c I a ) E ca V ca

speed.so for wide range of speed observer based control dt L L L

method are to be used, such Extended Kalman filter(EKF) Where R and L are the resistance and inductance of

can be used to estimate the instantaneous rotor position and the BLDC motor, respectively (Vab, Vbc, Vca) are line

speed of the BLDC motor[4,5]. But drawback is that, the voltages of the inverter, (Eab, Ebc, Eca) are the line back

speed estimation accuracy is mostly reduced, especially at EMF and (Ia, Ib, Ic) are the phase currents.

low speeds and it is computationally tedious to implement

and is sensitive to the influence of noise. In this paper, Back III. DESIGN OF THE PROPOSED BACK EMF OBSERVER FOR

EMF Observer is proposed to estimate the trapezoidal back- BLDC MOTOR

EMF from non-energized coils of a BLDC motor [6,7,8]. Now the system shown in Eq. (1) depends mainly upon the

line currents and line voltages. Then Eq. (1) is transformed

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into back EMF observer equations, therefore now its takes If Ia< (Ia*-HB) upper switch is OFF and lower

the following form as shown in Eq. (2) below; switch is ON in leg a of three phase inverter.

The following Back emf observer generate phase to If Ia> (Ia*-HB) upper switch is ON and lower

phase back emf (Eab, Ebc, Eca) using Eq. (2) and from such switch is OFF in leg a of three phase inverter.

back emf will help to deduce speed and commutation signal. Similarly, the switches of legs b and c are be

^

^ ^ ~

activated. Here, Hysteresis band(HB) is denoted as the

d x1 R 1 1 width of the hysteresis band around which the reference

x1 E ab V ab K 1 1 ( i ab ),

dt L L L currents. In this manner, respective reference values of the

^

^ ^ ~

supply currents are regulated within the hysteresis band.

d x2 R 1 1

x2 E bc V b c K 2 2 ( i b c ),

dt L L L V. HALL SENSOR DECODING AND SENSOR LESS SPEED

^ ESTIMATION

^ ^ ~

d x3 R 1 1

x3 E ca V ca K 3 3 ( i ca ), Mostly in sensor type control Hall sensor are used, whose

dt L L L commutation signals are needed to decode to generate gate

^ (2)

d E ab ~ pulse for switching the three phase inverter switches to run

K 3 1 ( i ab ), the BLDC motor . But in this paper Sensorless approach is

dt used.so hall sensors are eliminated, now here the

^

~ commutation signal are obtained from angle generate from

d E bc

K 4 2 ( i b c ), speed and following speed is deduce from phase to phase

dt back emf ,which is generated from back emf observer.

^

~ Here, decoded signal used for generating reference current

d E ca

K 5 3 ( i ca ), for comparison in HCC for generating gate pulse. The

dt following table is given the relation between hall sensor

Where x1 is the line current difference between signal and back emf Table (1) And phase to phase emf

phases a and b; x2 is the line current difference between relation with switching status is switches of inverter given in

phases b and c; x3 is the line current difference between Table (2) below

phases c and a; symbol ^ means estimated value; K11, Ha Hb Hc Emf_A Emf_B Emf_c

K22areK33 the line current observer gains; K31, K42and K53 0 0 0 0 0 0

are the back EMF observer gains. 0 0 1 0 -1 +1

In order to ensure the convergence of the observer, 0 1 0 -1 +1 0

proper gain value is to be selected, the gains should satisfy 0 1 1 -1 0 +1

the following conditions,

1 0 0 +1 0 -1

1 1

K 11 E ab m ax

and K 22 E bc m ax

1 0 1 +1 -1 0

L L 1 1 0 0 +1 -1

K 31 K 42 1 1 1 0 -1 +1

0 and 0

K 11 K 22 Table 1: Truth Table of relationship between hall sensor

Here KS1= K11= K22=K33 and KS2= K31= K42=K53. signal and back emf

Eac Eba Ecb S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6

IV. HYSTERESIS CURRENT CONTROLLER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 -1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

The basic implementation of hysteresis control is based on

deriving the switching signals from the comparison of the 1 -1 -1 1 1 0 0 0 0

current error with a fixed tolerance band. This control is 1 1 -1 0 1 1 0 0 0

based on the comparison of the actual phase current with the -1 1 -1 0 0 1 1 0 0

tolerance band around the reference current associated with -1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

that phase. -1 -1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Table 2: Truth Table of relationship between phase to phase

back emf and switching status switches of inverter

The Commutation signal (Sa, Sb, Sc) is obtained

from the angle () generated from speed (m) by following

equation (3) given below such as;

d

m ,

dt

(3)

m dt

Now the following angle () is used to deduce

commutation signal (Sa, Sb, Sc) used following Table (3)

given below;

Fig. 2: Hysteresis Band Current Control scheme Angle() Sa Sb Sc

The switching logic is performed as (0-60) 1 0 1

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(120-180) 1 1 0 Power rating 3 HP

(180-240) 0 1 0 Terminal Voltage 310 V

(240-300) 0 1 1 Phase Resistance 0.2 ohm

(300-360) 0 0 1 Phase Inductance 8.5 mH

Table 3: Commutation signal Back-EMF constant 1.4 V/(rad/sec)

Now the Sensorless speed estimation is done from Moment of inertia 0.089 Kg.m2

phase to phase back emf signal obtained from back emf Frictional co-efficient 0.005 N.m.s

observer using following equation(4) given below, Flux linkage established by magnets 0.175 V.s

E m ax( phase to phase ) Pole Numbers 4 -

m (4) Table 4: Parameters of brushless dc motor

(2 * p * ) Parameter Value

Where Emax is the amplitude of phase-to- Current Observer Gain(Ks1) 3000

phaseback-EMFs, p is number of pole of motor, is flux Back EMF Observer gain(Ks2) -49500

linkage establish by magnets (V.s). Table 5: Parameters of Back EMF Observer

Here simulation is done under two condition such as;

VI. SIMULATION RESULTS Constant Speed and Varying Load Torque Condition.

The overall block diagram of the proposed Sensorless speed Varying Speed and Constant Load Torque Condition

control of BLDC motor shown in figure 5.1 below; A. Constant Speed and Varying Load Torque Condition

Under this condition Reference speed is kept constant at 350

rpm and varying the load torque, i.e. at initially load torque is

kept at 7 Nm and at t=0.8,load torque of 11 Nm is applied.

Both actual and estimated speed is analysed as shown in

figure 5.3 below

BLDC motor using back EMF Observer

In this section the simulation analysis of Sensorless

speed of BLDC motor is done by comparing estimated speed

with motor speed. In this back emf observer is used to

estimate Sensorless speed motor. The developed model of

Sensorless speed control of BLDC motor in

MATLAB/SIMULINK environment is shown in Fig. 5.2

Parameters of brushless dc motor used in simulation

are listed in Table (4) and parameter of back emf observer is

listed in Table (5) The Sampling interval is 2 micro seconds

(b)

BLDC motor (c)

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(d)

Fig. 4: (a) stator current, (b) electromagnetic torque, (b) (d)

motor actual speed, and (d) estimated speed Fig. 6: (a) stator current,(b) electromagnetic torque, (b)

motor actual speed, and (d) estimated speed.

B. Varying Speed and Constant Load Torque Condition As shown in Fig. 5.3 and Fig. 5.4,the simulation

Under this condition load torque is kept constant at 11 Nm results for Sensorless speed estimated using back emf

and varying the Reference speed, i.e. at initially speed is is observer and motor actual speed, from results it is seen that

kept at 350 rpm and at t=0.8, speed of 250 rpm is applied. speed obtain from observer and motor is nearly same and

Both actual and estimated speed is analysed as shown in simulation is verified at different condition.

figure 5.4 below;

VII. CONCLUSION

A Sensorless speed control system for BLDC motor based on

Back EMF Observer is implemented in this paper. The speed

of the BLDC motor is estimated from the phase-to-phase

back EMF. The resultsobtained by simulation show the

effectiveness of the method.

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