This paper proposes a continuous control set pre-dictive speed control (CCS-PSC) strategy for surface-mounted permanent magnet synchronous motor (SPMSM) drives, where the prediction horizon is short and the computational complexity is low. The optimization problem of the proposed CCS-PSC is formulated and analyzed. The current and voltage constraints are transformed into incremental voltage constraints, which can be updated in real-time. A reduced-order incremental model of SPMSM is adopted for the prediction, where integrators are naturally embedded. Hildreth's quadratic programming algorithm is used to solve the optimization problem, where the active constraints are identified and the reference voltage is calculated. The performance of the proposed strategy is validated through comparative experiments with finite control set predictive speed control (FCS-PSC), cascaded CCS-PSC and field-oriented control (FOC). The results demonstrate the superb dynamic performance of the proposed CCS-PSC strategy, while the phase current total harmonic distortion (THD) is relatively low.
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- Ingeniería eléctrica y electrónica