Model Reference Adaptive System for the Online Rotor Resistance Estimation in the Slip-Ring Machine Based Test-bench
Motor control algorithms with high dynamics are generally based on two basic approach field oriented control (FOC) and direct torque control (DTC). The idea of the first one is to decompose the stator current based on the rotor flux, the second one controls the torque based on the stator flux. Therefore, the FOC is very sensitive to the parameter accuracy regarding the drive performance. That is why it is crucial to verify the parameter identification in the real environment. On the other hand, the parameter sensitivity of DTC is much smaller since the stator flux estimation requires only the knowledge of the stator resistance. The article focuses on the verification of rotor resistance identification in the FOC based drive system by means of the slip ring machine based test bench. The recommended procedure calculates the torque based on the stator current and flux to implement model reference adaptive system for online rotor resistance estimation without signal injection.