Optimizing speed and angle control of stepping motor by using field oriented control

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Abstract

In the present study, field oriented control of step motor implementation has been analyzed so
that it can make a Sensorless control. Efficiency and Facilities of step motor is more than other
types of electromotor. Therefore, the numbers of mechanisms and different types of turning can
be made into them. Also controlling these motors is easier than other available motors. Stepping
motor has been designed with oriented control in MATLAB software by using a Simulink tool
box. In two methods above, current, torque and engine speed have been investigated by and
without using Kalman filter. The results showed that using field oriented control can eradicate
resonance abnormalities. By using field oriented control, the maximum theoretical engine
performance can be achieved.

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