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Synchronous motors are indubitably the most effective device to drive industrial production systems and robots with precision and rapidity. Their control law is thus critical for combining at the same time high productivity to reduced energy consummation. As far as possible, the control algorithms must exploit the properties of these actuators. Therefore, this work draws on well adapted models resulting from the Park’s transformation, for both the most traditional machines with sinusoidal field distribution and for machines with non-sinusoidal field distribution which are more and more used in industry. Both, conventional control strategies like vector control (either in the synchronous reference frame or in the rotor frame) and advanced control theories like direct control and predictive control are thoroughly presented. In this context, a significant place is reserved to sensorless control which is an important and critical issue in tomorrow’s motors.Content: Chapter 1 Synchronous motor controls, Problems and Modeling (pages 1–48): Chapter 2 Optimal Supply and Synchronous Motors Torque Control (pages 49–117): Chapter 3 Optimal Supplies and Synchronous Motors Torque Controls. Design in the d?q Reference Frame (pages 119–172): Chapter 4 Drive Controls with Synchronous Motors (pages 173–220): Chapter 5 Digital Implementation of Vector Control of Synchronous Motors (pages 221–250): Chapter 6 Direct Control of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine (pages 251–281): Chapter 7 Synchronous Machine and Inverter Fault Tolerant Predictive Controls (pages 283–304): Chapter 8 Characterization of Control without a Mechanical Sensor in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines (pages 305–346): Chapter 9 Sensorless Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines: Deterministic Methods, Convergence and Robustness (pages 347–400):
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