Six-Phase Switched Reluctance Machine Control
This example shows how to control the rotor speed in an electrical drive based on a six-phase switched reluctance machine (SRM). A DC voltage source feeds the SRM through a controlled six-arm bridge. The converter turn-on and turn-off angles are constant.
Simulation Results from Simscape Logging
The plot below shows the requested and measured speed for the test, as well as the phase currents in the electric drive.
Results from Real-Time Simulation
This example has been tested on a Speedgoat Performance real–time target machine with an Intel® 3.5 GHz i7 multi–core CPU. This model can run in real time with a step size of 100 microseconds.