Electric Drive for Automation and Robotics
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

B3B14EPR  Z,ZK  4  2P+2L  Czech 
 Relations:
 In order to register for the course B3B14EPR, the student must have registered for the required number of courses in the group BEZBM no later than in the same semester.
 Course guarantor:
 Lecturer:
 Jan Bauer, Vít Hlinovský
 Tutor:
 Jan Bauer, Filip Baum, Vít Hlinovský, Ondřej Lipčák, Jan Stejskal
 Supervisor:
 Department of Electric Drives and Traction
 Synopsis:

The course gives a brief overview of basic types of electric drives. It deals with drives with DC, asynchronous, synchronous and special motors including power electronic converters.Another topics include control strategies such as scalar, vector, direct, sensorless control of AC drives, pulse width modulation strategies and various load types. It is focused on understanding the physical nature of a given type of drive, general derivation of basic differential equations describing transient and steady states, and creating corresponding mathematical models of analyzed systems suitable for both offline simulation and onlineadapted dynamic and realtime control using the basis of modern microprocessor technology. Problems of operating states, sensors and diagnostics of electric drives are also discussed. Basic knowledge of mathematics, mechanics, kinematics, dynamics, theory of electromagnetic field, circuit theory and control theory are assumed.
 Requirements:
 Syllabus of lectures:

1. Energy sources, batteries and accumulators, solar batteries, fuel cells, materials used in electric drives
2. DC drives for automation  DC  commutator with selfsupporting winding
3. Electronically commutated drives for automation  EC
4. Asynchronous multiphase cage motor  ASM
5. Universal serial engine  mass use
6. Stepper, reluctance motor, Linear electric drives in automation  principle and control
7. Mathematical model of BLDC motor
8. Drive kinematics
9. Drive control
10. Drive control
11. Drive control
12. Drive control
13. Drive control
14. Drive control
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Measurement on MAXON drives  setting of current, speed and position controller  digital control
2. Measurement of basic parameters of DC motor  mathematical model Ra, La …….
3. Measurement of DC motor startup  comparison of real measurement with model in MatLab
4. Measurement of asynchronous motor  type test  automated system NI  PXI
5. Linear drive  motion trajectory setting, stepper motor  working characteristics
6. Drive control using PLC system  DC motor, AM asynchronous motor
7. Real application STM32 Nucleo  BLDC servo drive control
8. Modeling of servomotors in MATLAB 
9. Assignment of individual work
10. individual work
11. individual work
12. individual work
13. individual work
14. Homework control  credit
 Study Objective:
 Study materials:

1. Dr. Urs Kafader  Selection of highprecision microdrives CH6072 Sachsen / Switzerland 2006 ISBN 39520143
2. Maxon motor ag  Magnetism  Basics, Forces, Applications CH6072 Sachsen / Switzerland 2008 ISBN 978395201435 6
3. Dr. Otto Stemme, Peter Wolf,  Principles and Properties of Highly Dynamic DC Miniature Motors  Interelectric AG, CH 6072 Sachsen / Switzerland 1994
4. Formulae Handbook, Jan Braun, maxon Academy, Sachseln 2012
5. Francis H. Raven  Automatic Control Engineering, McGrawHill, Inc. ISBN 0070513414, 1995
6. Elektrické stroje – Teoria a príklady – V.Hrabovcová, P.Rafajdus – Žilina 2009 ISBN 9788055401010
7. Moderné alaktrické stroje – V.Hrabovcová, P.Rafajdus – Žilina 2009 ISBN 9788055401010
 Note:
 Timetable for winter semester 2024/2025:
 Timetable is not available yet
 Timetable for summer semester 2024/2025:
 Timetable is not available yet
 The course is a part of the following study plans:

 Cybernetics and Robotics 2016 (compulsory elective course)