Research on bifurcation and control of electromechanical coupling torsional vibration for wheel-side direct-driven transmission system

Aiming to the torsional vibration destabilization phenomenon of the wheel-side transmission system direct-driven by the high-power motor, the system torsional vibration bifurcation characteristics and control strategy are analyzed. Through defining the system electromechanical coupling relationship between the electrical link and the mechanical link, the dynamic model of the wheel-side direct-driven transmission system is constructed. Then, based on the Routh–Hurwitz stability criterion, the system Hopf bifurcation characteristics caused by the change of the wheel-ground friction during driving are revealed. Furthermore, with the nonlinear feedback controller and the Washout filter combined, the system torsional vibration stabilization controller is constructed by introducing the system torsional vibration signals into the motor control voltage. The results show that the linear part of the torsional vibration stabilization controller can effectively change the system stability region, as well as the cubic nonlinear part of the torsional vibration stabilization controller can control the stability of the system bifurcation points and suppress the limit cycle amplitude. The research results can provide theoretical basis and technical support for the performance improvement and integrated application of the wheel-side direct-driven transmission system in the electric bus.


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  • Accession Number: 01760541
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Nov 28 2020 3:06PM