Control Design for Electric Starter-Generator Based on a High-Speed Permanent-Magnet Machine Fed by an Active Front-End Rectifier 2014-01-2139
The paper reports the control design for an aircraft electric starter-generator system based-on high-speed permanent magnet machine operated in a flux-weakening mode and controlled by an active front-end rectifier. The proposed system utilizes advances of modern power electronics allowing the use of novel machine types and the introduction of controlled power electronics into the main path of energy flow. The paper focuses on control design for such system and includes development of flux weakening control of high-speed permanent magnet machine and droop control of the system output dc-link current. The achieved analytical design results and the expected system performance are confirmed by time-domain simulations.
Citation: Bozhko, S., Yeoh, S., Gao, F., Yang, T. et al., "Control Design for Electric Starter-Generator Based on a High-Speed Permanent-Magnet Machine Fed by an Active Front-End Rectifier," SAE Technical Paper 2014-01-2139, 2014, https://doi.org/10.4271/2014-01-2139. Download Citation
Serhiy Bozhko, Seang Shen Yeoh, Fei Gao, Tao Yang, Christopher Hill
University of Nottingham
SAE 2014 Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference