In this paper, a model predictive control
based drive for the permanent magnet synchronous
motor is proposed. This proposed method is
suggested to achieve high dynamic torque in the
PMSM. The control variable’s long run behavior is
predicted by the MPC within the time domain of the
control system and the selection of the optimization
cost function. This method combines the advantages
of the MPC and SVPWM technique for PMSM drive
to overcome the variations in the electromagnetic
variables and also supplies fixed frequency for the
inverter. The effectives of the proposed method is
analysed and demonstrated in the simulations. The
experimental set up is done with a frequency inverter
that controls the PMSM motor. The dead time for
the inverter is fixed to prevent a shoot-through fault.
The experimental results are presented which shows
the PMSM performance.
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