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Implementing field oriented control of a brushless DC motor

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eeguru85
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eeguru85   10/20/2014 5:24:26 PM
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Nice article but value is diminished by very poor quality of Figures. Please redo figures and repost.

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FrankV2   6/3/2012 1:13:31 PM
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Dear Carolyn, thank you for the explanationa about FOC control. My name is Frank, and I have just started for hobby to play with brushless motors. I have a question about the input/output of PI. In input there are Id- IQ currents and in output Vd-Vq voltage. Which is the resistance value used for this purpose? Thanks a lot in advance.

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Fred Etch   2/28/2012 6:39:05 PM
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Can these motors compete with high torque RE motor used in hybrid cars? How does this strategy compare with using harmonics? Please return with better graphics. Except for graphics, this is a good article.

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CMathas   1/11/2012 8:20:23 PM
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I've requested a redrawing of these two diagrams that are very light. I tried to enhance them, but you're right they are still difficult. I will replace them as soon as they are provided. Thanks for your comments. Carolyn

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perriejb   1/6/2012 12:08:36 PM
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Indeed, it is very hard to read the diagrams. Would it be possible to add a link to the full size image? I imagine the layout is what limits you to this small sized illustrations.

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Hallo   1/5/2012 3:04:01 PM
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Two block charts are terrible, one of them is totally irrecognizable.

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