This step shows you how to manually tune the gains of the d-axis and q-axis current controllers. This step is optional, however you can use it to tune the control gain parameters.
The procedure includes adding a step change to the
and analyzing the current controller performance using the step response of the
Id_meas current to tune the d-axis current
controller. It explains a similar process for the
Iq_ref current to
tune the q-axis current controller.
Before starting the manual tuning procedure, you should lock the rotor in the plant
model to ensure that the motor does not run when you provide a step change to
Iq_ref currents. In the
Surface Mount PMSM block parameters dialog box, set the
Mechanical input configuration parameter to
Speed. Set the Spd input (of the
Surface Mount PMSM block) to
0 to ensure that the
rotor is locked.
The integrated plant and controller subsystem simulation model enables you to manually
tune the gains of the current controllers. Provide a step input to
Iq_ref in the range (
0.2) PU and observe the measured
current feedback. Adjust the control parameters of the q-axis current
controller to meet your control objectives.
Simulate the model and plot the
Iq_meas_PU current signals and analyze the step response. This
helps you to tune the control parameters for the q-axis current
controller to meet the control objectives.
Follow the same procedure for the
Id_ref current to tune the
d-axis current controller. After tuning both current controllers,
set the Mechanical input configuration parameter, in the
Surface Mount PMSM block parameters dialog box, back to