The performance of conventional direct torque control strategy from the viewpoint of flux and torque ripples has been unsatisfactory. Therefore, this study aims to propose a novel finite-control-set model predictive direct torque control strategy with extended output based on two-step prediction. An appropriate pre-selected vector, which is modulated in a specific manner, is selected through a look-up table and then used to optimise the pre-selected voltage vector based on the computing result from the model prediction and output it. The proposed strategy extends the range of the vectors that can be used to enhance the flux and torque control performance and reduce ripples and computational complexity in comparison with the conventional finite-control-set model predictive direct torque control. The feasibility of the proposed method is verified by conducting a verification test using dSPACE and Tyhpoon HIL 402 experimental platform.
- Optimised calculation
- Permanent magnet synchronous motors
- Predictive control
- Ripples reduction