IJREE – Volume 4 Issue 1 Paper 1


Author’s Name :  Shaik Ibrahim Khaleel | C.Rami Reddy

Volume 04 Issue 01  Year 2017  ISSN No: 2349-2503  Page no: 1-5



This paper presents a Fuel cell fed Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM).  A high voltage boost converter with a smooth control scheme of a PMSM drive has been  implemented using the developed simulation model. In the developed model, speed and torque as well as the voltages and currents of voltage source inverters components can be effectively monitored and analyzed. The developed simulation model has been implemented using Matlab and the dynamic response of PMSM drive has been analysed for constant varied speed. Also, the simulation results have been presented. The simulation results of the developed model have been validated with the circuit simulation using the PMSM block available in the Matlab/Simulink library. Therefore, it can be expected that the developed simulation model can be an easy to design tool for the design and development of PMSM drives for different control algorithms and topological variations with reduced computation time and memory size.


PMSM,ANN smooth control,Modelling,Fuel cell,High boost converter


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