back emf

Related to back emf: Lenz's law

back emf

n
(Electronics) electrical engineering an electromagnetic force appearing in an inductive circuit in such a direction as to oppose any change of current in the circuit
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The back EMF zero crossing detection method is the most popular due to their simplicity among various techniques.
Klasnic, "Stationary Frame Induction Motor Feed Forward Current Controller With Back EMF Compensation," Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions, vol.
During high-speed operations, the Back EMF (BEMF) produced by the motor must be below the maximum DC voltage of the drive's power bus.
Tenders are invited for Micro Ohm Meter Model Lr-2045-S4 - 1/2 Digit Micro Meter Ohm Meter With Back Emf Protection Along With Following Accesseries 1 3 Meter Lead Along With Gp Kevin Clip , 2 .
But in low speed region and flux weakening region, the estimated values of the currents and back EMF cannot help as they have large ripples.
The main torque ripple sources include cogging torque, non-ideal back EMF waveforms, and saturated machine magnetic circuit [43].
The sensorless motors rely on a controller that will measure the back EMF from unenergized coils to determine rotor position.
Small back EMF, noise measurement and inaccurate model of PMSM are the main reason of bad performance.
This paper provides a review of sensorless methods for brushless DC motor with trapezoidal back emf on analytical and qualitative basis.
It has a large termination area with multiple cable entries if required, generates no back EMF and can be configured with a choice of five first stage warning sounds, each with two additional remotely selectable alarm stages.
The DIN rail-mountable CMM200 monitors the back EMF generated by a motor to detect whether it is safely at rest or in motion.
Program outputs are in the form of design sheets listing the calculated parameters and graphical displays of various waveforms, including current, voltage, torque, back emf, flux linkage, gap flux, speed vs torque curves, and thermal performance.