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  1. [W-MB-167] Motor Plant Model Considering AC Loss for Control Calibration

    Control parameter calibrations on Model-In-the-Loop Simulation (MILS) with Finite Element Analysis (FEA) based motor models is expected to be a standard procedure in the Model-Bas…

  2. [W-MB-157] Evaluation of the Effect of Resolver Eccentricity on PM Motor Torque Ripple Control

    VR-type resolvers are widely used as angle sensors to control the rotation of traction motors for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles.

  3. [W-MB-151] Accuracy of Motor Plant Model Required for Control Calibration

    Control calibration is time-consuming work because it is carried out for every operating point using the actual machine.

  4. [W-MB-155] Accuracy of 6-Phase Motor Plant Models for Detecting Faults at Disconnections

    Multiphase motors have become widely used, and a fail-safe function can be realized by providing a system with redundancy.

  5. [W-MB-152] Accuracy of Motor Plant Model Required for ECU testing

    ECU testing is performed under various conditions from the normal to the abnormal system.

  6. [W-MB-153] Accuracy and Speed Verification of Motor Plant Models Accounting for Spatial Harmonics

    In order to improve the accuracy of motor plant models, it is necessary to account for the spatial harmonics. That accuracy strongly depends on the resolution when generating the …

  7. [W-MB-156] Improving Motor Plant Model Accuracy by Accounting for Harmonic Iron Loss

    Because of the acceleration of the motor and the effect of the PWM drive, it is becoming more important to account for loss in order to improve accuracy even for analysis using mo…

  8. [JAC215] Simulation of an IPM Motor with a Delta Connection Using a Control Simulator and JMAG-RT

    In this example, a JMAG-RT model is incorporated into a control/circuit simulator to monitor the circulating current when an IPM motor is being driven.

  9. Model Based Development of Dual Inverter with JMAG-RT Model and Motor HILS

    Takahiro Yamada, MIRISE Technologies Corporation

  10. Motor Drive Verification Using HILS Implemented with JMAG-RT Models

    Masamichi Inoue, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

  11. [RTML-019] PMSM/IPM Constant rating 10(kW) 3-phase

    Type: PMSM | Max Power: 10k | Stator(Outside Diameter): 185(mm) | Height: 37(mm) | Voltage/Current: DC500(V)/200(A) | Rotor/Mover: IPM (Vshaped) | Average torque(N·m): 23

  12. [JAC213] Circuit/Control Simulation of a Wound-Field Synchronous Motor

    In this example, JMAG-RT is used to obtain the torque of a wound-field synchronous motor (below WFSM) and the coil inductance current dependence, and the spatial harmonic componen…

  13. [JFT069] Performing Harmonic Loss Calculations Accounting for Current Control with JMAG-Designer and JMAG-RT

    In this document, how to calculate the harmonic loss of a current controlled (PWM controlled) PM motor at high speed using a JMAG-RT model is presented.

  14. [JFT011] Tooth Electromagnetic Force Monitoring During Control Simulation

    This document describes the preparation involved for outputting tooth electromagnetic force when creating a JMAG-RT model, MATLAB/Simulink settings, and the displaying of the obta…

  15. [JAC217] Creating Efficiency Maps for 3-Phase Induction Motors

    In this example, the use of JMAG-RT Viewer to create efficiency maps for three-phase induction motors when drive temperatures change.

  16. [RTML-043] SRM_01 3-phase

    Type: Generic | Max Power: 0.5(kW) | Stator(Outside Diameter): 160(mm) | Height: 75(mm) | Voltage/Current: DC150(V) | Rotor/Mover: RM

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