Speed Control of BLDC Motor Using MATLAB/Simulink Environment
Keywords:Permanent magnet, BLDC motor, torque, armature
Electrically commutated brushless DC motors are brushless DC motors. The synchronous motor's speed and torque are controlled by the controller's current pulses, which are sent to the motor windings. An external permanent magnet motor, three-phase driving coils, and one or more Hall effect sensors to sense the position of the motor and the drive electronics make up a BLDC motor. BLDC motors are very efficient because a lot of torque is produced across a wide speed range. Permanent magnets don't require an electrical connection to the armature because they revolve around a stationary armature. Electronic transportation has a wide range of options and adaptability. The motor is renowned for its quiet operation and maintaining torque when it is stationary.
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