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from the power electronics department...
FPGA implementation of space vector algorithm
Motion control, servos, steppers, etc. topic
Posted by Anonymous on 5 November, 2004 - 1:59 pm
this is my graduate project. i really need help. i know how to programe FPGA. there is a great site describe it in very easy language, but i didn't know much about space vector modulation.


Posted by S. Reid on 9 November, 2004 - 9:41 pm
Search the Application Notes at the Texas Instruments and Analog Devices DSP web sites. Code is also freely available for their Motor Control processors.


Posted by Anonymous on 15 November, 2004 - 11:00 pm
please where are the codes or the papers exactly?
i find some useful papers BUT i still can't find my project.


Posted by Durga on 13 January, 2005 - 1:07 pm
You can search TI site for SVPWM. It is very easy. You have to modify the logic fpr implementation with FPGA.

Durga


Posted by Surya on 9 February, 2005 - 1:07 pm
Hi,

Did u implement SVPWM using FPGA, i am working on same lines... could u pls give me a mail on suryaiitb@yahoo.com
I would like to implement SVPWM using FPGA, Could you please guide me in this regard. I need some basics of SVPWM as well. There are certain doubts in this regard, please give me ur email id. mine is suryaiitb@yahoo.com

Surya


Posted by Anonymous on 1 October, 2005 - 5:46 pm
Hello there, i'm wayne...i'm having the same problem with u all...doing this svpwm in fpga.. using altera apex... has anyone got an ideA?

by the way, how really to modify the logic ?


Posted by Simon on 11 June, 2006 - 11:16 pm
This is ridiculous.. Do you want us to look for you on TI's website and send you the links one by one, or better, to download the PDFs and send 'em to you, or better and better, make the project and send you both the .doc and the model?

- 1st. Go to google and mamke a search, you'll find many papers.

- 2nd. Eead these documents and get familiar with motors, power electronics, PWN, SVPWM...


Posted by Jose on 14 April, 2005 - 1:40 pm
Well you have to do a lot of things, first you have to know Park's transform, sense the output voltage, and later you have only Vref and theta (a vector with properly phasor, ok?). Later you have to choose how you calculate the times in the hexagon, and the duty times (i recomemded as Celanovic). Well, this is the first.

Jose
Spain

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