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Development of Propulsion Inverter Control System for High-Speed Maglev Based on LS-LSM

Version 1 : Received: 26 January 2017 / Approved: 26 January 2017 / Online: 26 January 2017 (08:58:39 CET)

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Jo, J.-M.; Lee, J.-H.; Han, Y.-J.; Lee, C.-Y.; Lee, K.-S. Development of Propulsion Inverter Control System for High-Speed Maglev based on Long Stator Linear Synchronous Motor. Energies 2017, 10, 170. Jo, J.-M.; Lee, J.-H.; Han, Y.-J.; Lee, C.-Y.; Lee, K.-S. Development of Propulsion Inverter Control System for High-Speed Maglev based on Long Stator Linear Synchronous Motor. Energies 2017, 10, 170.

Journal reference: Energies 2017, 10, 170
DOI: 10.3390/en10020170

Abstract

In the case of long-stator linear drive, unlike rotative drives for which speed or position sensors are a single unit attached to the shaft, these sensors extend along the guideway. The position signals transmitted from maglev vehicle can’t meet the need of the real-time propulsion control in the on-ground inverter power substations. In this paper the design of the propulsion inverter control system with a position estimator for driving long-stator synchronous motor in high speed maglev train is proposed. The experiments have been carried out at the 150m long guideway in O-song test track. To investigate the performance of the position estimator, the propulsion control system with and without the position estimator are compared. The result confirms that the proposed strategy can meet the dynamic property need of propulsion inverter control system for driving long-stator linear synchronous motors

Subject Areas

high speed maglev; long-stator synchronous motor; propulsion inverter control system position estimator

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