domingo, 4 de novembro de 2012
Space Vector PWM Control for 3kW Brushless Motor Driver Design and Application for Novel Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicles
In recent years, owing to the environmental protection concept has risen and
global warming, it is important to reduce the environmental pollution. If the merits
of both internal combustion engine and permanent magnet synchronous motor
(PMSM) can be integrated to become a hybrid electric vehicle, it must have
ultra-low pollution and energy-saving but still keeping high performance.
For this reason, the central purpose of this thesis is to develop a novel parallel
hybrid electric vehicle system driver and controller. Electronic motor control
systems used by extremely versatile digital signal processor (DSP). The important
space vector pulse-width-modulation (SVPWM) technology is applied to the PMSM
control to provide more efficiency of the hybrid electric vehicle. The SVPWM
technology is also guarantees the system to be stable with better performance.
Subsequently, by way of experiment results have proved the SVPWM technology
provides more and more performance of the PMSM and the SVPWM technology
have been applied in hybrid electric vehicle with high efficiency.
Finally, a prototype of the hybrid electric heavy-duty motorcycle has been
established and it has been exhibit on the “Taipei international automobile
electronics show” at the Taipei world trade center in 2007.