Updated 23 Oct 2020
This submission contains a set of models to show the implementation of electric all-terrain vehicles powered by BLDC motor. The model is built for the student teams participating in the electric BAJA competition where the vehicle is driven by a BLDC motor. The teams can use this example as a reference to build their own vehicle models by changing the parameters and subsystems.
1. Motor Control: Watch this series to learn about brushless DC motor control. You’ll learn about the inner workings of a BLDC, and six-step commutation (trapezoidal control).
2. How to Design Motor Controllers Using Simscape Electrical: This video series will show you how you can model BLDC motors, investigate motor characteristics such as back-EMF voltage and torque, and design speed controllers using Simscape Electrical.
3. Physical Modeling Tutorial: These training materials will help your student competition team get started with modeling,
simulating, and analyzing automotive systems.
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MathWorks Student Competitions Team (2021). Electric Vehicle Powered by BLDC Motor (https://github.com/mathworks/electric-all-terrain-vehicle/releases/tag/v1.0), GitHub. Retrieved .
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I have 2018 version MATLAB installed. Could you please upload ones with 2018 version?
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