Control Parameter Analysis for an SRM Inverter for Range Extender Units With Integrated DC-DC Converter
Georg Tobias Götz, Jan Kolbe, Anne von Hoegen, Rik W. De Doncker, 2021 24th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS), 17 December 2021.
In modern electrical traction drives, a variable dc-link voltage can be applied to increase efficiency in partial load. A dc-dc converter can supply a variable dc-link voltage and transfer energy between battery and dc-link. Hybrid cars combine the advantages of long driving range with partial zero-emission operation. In series-hybrid drive trains, a switched reluctance machine can be used as a generator for the range extender unit. This paper presents a control parameter analysis of an inverter topology for a switched reluctance machine, which combines the dc-dc converter for the voltage conversion between the battery and the dc-link with the inverter for the generator.