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Conference Proceedings


2019 International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing (ICCSP), p.405-409 (2019)


3-phase bridge signal generation, BLDC, BLDC motors, Bridge circuits, Brushless DC motors, brushless direct current motors, control models, control system synthesis, controller driver system, Hall Senso, hall sensor based position measurement, Induction motors, machine control, Microcontrollers, motor control design, position control, Position measurement, Pulse width modulation, PWM and Arduino, Sensors, Simulink, Simulink based control model constructions, Software packages, Speed control, velocity control


This paper delineates various Simulink based control model constructions of (BrushLess Direct Current) BLDC motors using microcontrollers. The constructed control models particularize the PWM phase computation, 3-phase bridge signal generation for sensor-less BLDC motors and BLDC motors with hall sensors, hall sensor based position measurement, speed control and monitoring the number of rotations of BLDC motor using digital sequential blocks. In order to assess the control model constructions, various scrutiny carried out to make sure the exactness of the models. Since the controller driver is one of the important components to control the BLDC motor effectively, the implementation of controller driver system is fundamental step in the development of actuators. Here, in this paper we are using Simulink to build the controller driver system for position and speed of BLDC motor with the help of semiconductor switching devices and digital sequential blocks.


cited By 0; Conference of 8th IEEE International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing, ICCSP 2019 ; Conference Date: 4 April 2019 Through 6 April 2019; Conference Code:147623

Cite this Research Publication

Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, Vadivel, S. R. R., Pula, B. T., S. Sathi, R., and Gupta, U. S. C., “Motor Control Design for Position Measurement and Speed Control”, 2019 International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing (ICCSP). pp. 405-409, 2019.

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