Based on current research into the vector control principles of the permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM), a control strategy founded upon an Active Disturbances Rejection Controller (ADRC) is proposed. This control strategy consists of an ADRC speed loop and current controller. By studying the factors affecting the running state of a PMSM, a mathematical model is established, and the design principle of the active disturbances rejection controller is analyzed in order to design the ADRC speed loop. The speed loop considers errors caused by uncertain factors, such as external disturbances, to be the disturbance amount, which is observed and then compensated for by the ADRC, thereby improving the dynamic and static performance as well as the anti-disturbance capability of the system. In order to achieve the strong coupling of the PMSM, the current controller was also designed to decouple the d–q axis current. Our simulation and experimental results demonstrate the feasibility and practicability of this control strategy.
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