I'm involved with a project to design a BLDC motor speed control with NI CompactRIO controller.
I found that your simulink simulator for a BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR ( Complete simulator for brushless dc motor based on MATLAB R13) in Matlab central - File exchange site very interesting and useful.
I've tried to simulate your simulation model in my Matlab version 6.5, but I'm getting some error.
Below are the 3 errors I'm getting from your simulink simulator model.
1) Error in S-function block 'mybldc_mdl2/ESTIMATE/S-Function': S-Function 'calc_core' does not exist.
2) Error in S-function block 'mybldc_mdl2/mybldc/S-Function': S-Function 'MYBLDC2' does not exist.
3) Error in S-function block 'mybldc_mdl2/zero-cross/M-file S-Function': S-Function 'delay' does not exist.
I'm realy interested to find out and troubleshoot these errors, I realy hope that you can help me in this.
You can reply my mail if you have any idea how to troubleshoot these errors. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
hi am doing project on pv based seven level inverter fed BLDC motor..can anyone tell how to give hall signal to three phase seven level inverter switches...send me related simulink models pls email@example.com
When i use the new_controller, the model will run to 400e-6 sec and then stops, while with controller_mod always 0.0005159 sec.
Could you tell me how to do with it?
My E-Mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
thank you very much.
The model cannot be run in MATLABR2013a. Can anyone suggest a way to get around the problem with the stateflow chart in the controller_mod block, given the difference in MATLAB version to the one this author used? The following error message is generated when attempting to run in MATLABR2013a:
The following chart(s) in the model 'mybldc_mdl2' have continuous
The behavior of continuous time Stateflow charts has changed
significantly in R2007b. Please read the documentation for the
Making simulation target "mybldc_mdl2_sfun", ...
'mybldc_mdl2_sfun.bat' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.