International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE)
In this paper, presents real-time simulation results of a Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) drive with a novel Torque distribution function for high-speed applications, in order to reduce torque ripple. The SRM is fed by a 3- phase unidirectional power converter having three legs, each of which consist of two IGBTs and two freewheeling diodes. The SRM model incorporates all nonlinearities between excitation currents, rotor position and flux linkages. For the purpose of control SRM drives, an improvement of the Torque distribution method is proposed for high-speed applications, in order to reduce torque ripple. The real-time simulation of the drive is conducted on the real time simulation platform.