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Computer simulation of a cruise missile using brushless DC motors fin control

Gene C. Franklin

Computer simulation of a cruise missile using brushless DC motors fin control

by Gene C. Franklin

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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Closed Loop Speed Control of Miniature Brushless DC Motors. H. L. Chan and K. T. Woo. Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China. Email: {hlchanab, eetim}@ Abstract—Three-phase miniature brushless DC (BLDC) motors are very popular on small Unmanned Aerial. This is the primary method for controlling computer fans. Operation of brushless motor. Control. The control of the brushless DC motors is very different from the normal brushed DC motor, in that it this type of motor incorporates some means to detect the rotors angular position (or magnetic poles) required to produce the feedback signals.

4. BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR CONTROL To control motor’s speed, voltage to motor should be controlled. Open loop control does not use feedback and is used when load is steady. Digital control can be achieved using pulse width modulation. In this paper, Pulse width modulated signals are generated using counter compare method in FPGA. Altera created a missile fin control demo design using this methodology. The system is modeled using Simulink blocks with a stimulus command waveform generator, an embedded loop controller, power circuitry, and an electro-mechanical actuator model. See Figure 4. The hardware implementation of the fin posi tion, velocity, and motor torque actuator.

Study of a Brushless DC Motor Power June, Conditioner for a Cruise Missile Fin S. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUM0EE Control Actuator, 7. AUTHOR(e) S. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER(e) Peter Norman MacMillan 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS PROGRAM ELEMENT. PROJECT, TASK AREA A WORK UNIT NUMMERS. -Electronically commutated Brushless DC motors are enormously used in many industrial applications This paper deals with development the mathematical model of the brushless dc motor and control the speed of the motor using PI controller. The difference between actual and required speeds is given as input to the controller.


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Computer simulation of a cruise missile using brushless DC motors fin control by Gene C. Franklin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Theses and Dissertations Thesis Collection Computer simulation of a cruise missile using brushless DC motors fin control. This thesis describes a computer simulation developed in order to provide a method of establishing the potential of brushless dc motors for applications to tactical cruise missile control surface positioning.

In particular, an altitude hold controller has been developed that provides an operational load test condition for the evaluation of the electromechanical : Gene C. Franklin. Computer simulation of a cruise missile using brushless DC motors fin control.

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A proportional integral control scheme in conjunction with tachometer feedback provides the position control for the missile tailfin surfaces. The fin control system is further imbedded in a cruise missile model to allow altitude control of the missile Author: Gene C.

Franklin. Recent improvements in rare earth magnets have made it possible to construct strong, lightweight, high horsepower dc motors.

This has occasioned a reassessment of electromechanical actuators as alternatives to comparable pneumatic and hydraulic systems for use as flight control actuators for tactical missiles.

A dynamic equivalent circuit model for the analysis of a small four pole brushless. In the present scheme, modeling and simulation of sensorless control of permanent magnet brushless DC (PMBLDC) motor is carried out using zero-crossing back e.m.f technique. Permanent magnet brushless DC motors (PMBLDC) find wide applications in industries due to their high power density and ease of control.

These motors are generally controlled using a three phase power semiconductor bridge. For starting and the providing proper commutation sequence to turn on the power devices in the inverter bridge the rotor. The Missile Fins Control design demonstrates an example of a closed-loop actuator control system implemented on an FPGA.

The Missile Fin is attached to a typical electromechanical actuator used in missile’s autopilots. The actuator’s angular position is controlled using three embedded loops: controlling position.

The brushless DC (BLDC) motor is becoming increasingly popular in sectors such as automotive (particularly electric vehicles (EV)), HVAC, white goods and industrial because it does away with the mechanical commutator used in traditional motors, replacing it with an electronic device that improves the reliability and durability of the unit.

Another advantage of a BLDC [ ]. Brushless vs. brushed motors. Brushed DC motors were invented in the 19th century and are common. Brushless DC motors were made possible by the development of solid state electronics in the s.

An electric motor develops torque by alternating the polarity of rotating magnets attached to the rotor, the rotating part of the machine, and stationary magnets on the stator which surrounds the rotor. Brushless DC Motor: Position Linear Control Simulation F. BARATA1 J.

QUADRADO2 J. FERNANDO SILVA3 1,2ISEL, R. Conselheiro Emídio Navarro, 1, Lisboa 3IST, Av. Rovisco Pais Lisboa CAULT, Av. Rovisco Pais Lisboa PORTUGAL Abstract: The Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) motor is one of the motors types rapidly gaining.

NEMA sets standards for many electrical products, including motors. For, example, “size 11” mean the mounting face of the motor is inches square; Standards Publication ICS 16 standard covers the components used in a motion/position control system providing precise positioning, speed control, torque control, or any combination thereof.

Implementation of a Novel Brushless DC Motor Drive based on One-Cycle Control Strategy A. Halvaei Niasar* (C.A.) and E. Boloor Kashani* Abstract: One-Cycle Control (OCC) is developed in this study for current regulation of Brushless DC (BLDC) motor drive as a unified constant-frequency integration control strategy.

According to the mathematical model of a brushless DC motor, using MATLAB / Simulink to build various independent functional modules, and integrated into t Brushless DC motor speed control system Simulink simulation - IEEE Conference Publication. The hardware project is designed to control the speed of a BLDC motor using closed loop control technique.

BLDC motor has various application used in industries like in drilling, lathes, spinning, electric bikes etc. The speed control of the DC motors is very essential. This proposed system provides a very precise and effective speed control.

This document serves as a repository for content surrounding brushless DC motor control and Simulation. The following links will point to a list of various sources for code, documentation and examples.

Six-Phase Controller: The following link provides example code. Brushless DC motors. Brushless DC motors are smaller and weigh less than equivalent DC (Brushed) motors, but they require a more complex speed control circuit. Brushless DC motors are used in most drones and they typically have 3 wires instead of 2.

Another advantage is that they don't have the constant electrical arcing of a regular DC motor's commutator, so they also generate a lot less RF. Comparing BL SE DC motors with DC motors, the SE DC motor have high starting torque capability, smooth speed control and the ability to control their torque and flux easily and independently [7 8].

Brushless DC motors have been widely used in a variety of SIMULATION OF STUDIES: In order to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed method the drive system shown in fig. was simulated by MATLAB/Simulink. Fig Simulink model for BLDC motor with feedback New Control Algorithm for Brushless Dc motor Drive.

Brushless DC motors are quiet, lighter and have much longer lifespans. Because computers control the electrical current, brushless DC motors can achieve much more precise motion control.

Because of all these advantages, brushless DC motors are often used in modern devices where low noise and low heat are required, especially in devices that run.Simulation and Implementationon> by Prof.

Yon-Ping Chen 2. Modeling of DC Motor The most common device used as an actuator in mechanical control is the DC motor. For example, the control of a rotary inverted pendulum requires a DC motor to drive the arm and the pendulum as shown in Figure From the user’s point of view, brushless DC motors follow the same equations as those with brushes: torque is proportional to current, speed depends on the voltage and the load torque.

The commutation of brushless motors. In the conventional DC motor commutation takes place mechanically through the commutator-and-brush system.