In recent years, BLDC motors have been widely used in industry and automotive due to their advantages, such as the resistance of the rotor structure to mechanical damage (which leads to low production costs), they have much smaller weight and dimensions, easier control of rotational speed, etc. It is developing a sensorless positioning method, but most applications use sensor positioning algorithms. Depending on the method of mounting the position sensors and the accuracy of the installation, errors in the evaluation of the rotational speed occur.
This talk presents a method for obtaining good accuracy of the measured rotational speed and discusses the control algorithms and modulation technique of the high-speed BLDC motor.
Marcin Baszynski received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland. Since 2008, he has been with the Department of Electrical Drive and Industrial Equipment, AGH University of Science and Technology, as an Assistant Professor. Since 2020 he has been a Professor at AGH.
He works on the development of simulation tools in the design of the power converter control systems, and solutions initiated to industrial practices. His current research interests focus on power electronics, electrical power quality, and high-speed brushless motor drives.