Switched Reluctance Machine Current Control
This example shows how to control the current amplitude in a switched reluctance machine (SRM) based electrical drive. A DC voltage source feeds the SRM through a controlled three-arm bridge. An ideal angular velocity source provides the load. The converter turn-on and turn-off angles are maintained constant. A PI-based current controller regulates the current amplitude.
Simulation Results from Simscape Logging
The plot below shows the requested and measured current for the test and the electric torque in the electric drive.