Document Type : Original Research Paper


1 Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

2 Electrical Engineering Faculty of Tehran University,Tehran,Iran

3 Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shahroud University of Technology, Shahroud, Iran

4 Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran


The use of a hysteresis motor in precision systems, such as inertial navigation and video recorders, requires rapid dynamics and precise control of the motor. The control system is a closed loop control system that speeds up the system's response speed, and in fact using it, alternating current motors are considered as a permanent current motor. Permanent flow motors are used in many applications that require precise control and rapid dynamic response. However, due to the many disadvantages of DC motors, such as high maintenance costs; The use of AC motors has been considered in drive systems. Therefore, the vector control method has also been used to improve the performance of AC motors. In this paper, the dynamic behavior of conventional hysteresis motor based on the two-axis model of d-q is examined and then its vector control system is simulated. In addition, the variables d and q are well separated and independently controlled using the feedback method. The results of the paper show that the use of this control method has had a significant effect on the dynamic increase of the system.


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