I'm currently developing a FOC sensored control algorithm for three-phase asynchronous motor.
To reconstruct the position of the rotor flux I would use the macro "CUR_MOD". (see C:\tidcs\DMC\c28\v32x\lib\doc\cur_mod.pdf)
I know that "Knowledge of the rotor time constant is critical to the correct functioning of the current model".
Parameters that must be known are certainly:
The question you ask is the following:
there is a quick and easy way to estimate these parameters or is it necessary to involve the equivalent model of the motor?
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