Advances in Motor Torque Control by M. Ahmad

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2001). Fig. 5 shows the diagram of the current control technique. The three current signals are used to calculate the true RMS current value. This current value (IRMS) is used by the controller as the feedback signal in order to keep the current constant at the pre-set value (IREF) during the motor starting process. This technique will always generate an almost constant starting torque curve that can be applied to a constant load torque. This technique has the advantage of adapting the induction motor starting within the capabilities of the supplying utility.

The torque Tr transmitted to the driver is given by (18). In this paper, the stiffness Ks is zero because of compensating only steering vibration. Tmod el  K ss  C s s Ks  Kt Ct d    , Cs  1  Ka 1  K a dt Tm  TˆRTRS  Tmod el (16) (17) (18) Experimental Verification of Reaction Torque Control Based on Driver Sensitivity to Active Front Steering 27 Fig. 18. Hysteresis band characteristic changed by viscous friction. Fig. 19. Hysteresis band characteristic changed by angular velocity of steering wheel.

Hori, Y. (2004). Realization of Active Steering with Steering System Using Planetary Gear. 425428, September 2004 Nakano, S et al. (2000). Steering Control for Steer-by-Wire System. KOYO Engineering Journal, No. 21-26, ISSN 0911-145X Koehn, P & Eckrich, M. (2004). Active Steering The BMW Approach Towards Modern Steering Technology. SAE Technical Paper Series (Society of Automotive Engineers), 011105, ISSN 0148-7191 Minaki, R & Hori, Y. (2009). Experimental Verification of Driver-Friendly Reactive Torque Control Based on Driver Sensitivity to Active Front Steering.

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