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The Vivado HDL design is provided with an integrated FOC and speed & torque controller generated from a Simulink model provided by MathWorks. The controller is designed in Simulink and the corresponding HDL code is generated using the Mathworks HDL Coder.
The FOC controller model is provided by MathWorks and it is integrated in the HDL design as a standalone IP core. Below is presented a top level diagram of the controller's Simulink model. For more information about the model check out the MathWorks website.
The controller model is packaged into an IP core using the Simulink Workflow Advisor. It exposes a set of AXI-Lite registers that can be used to control the IP's operation as well as a set of interface signals for encoder input, current measurement data, inverter control and internal operations monitoring. All the monitoring signals connect to an ADI IP which allows these signals to be monitored from the Linux IIO Scope application. The AXI-Lite registers exposed by the controller IP core can be directly accessed through an uio driver present in the ADI Linux distribution for Zynq. The table below lists the exposed AXI-Lite registers.
|Register name||Address||Data format||Type||Description|
|axi_controller_mode||0x100||2 bit word||W||Sets the controller's operation modes: 3 = open loop, 2 = closed loop, 1 = standby|
|axi_command||0x104||Sigend fixed point 18.8||W||Motor reference speed in rad/s|
|axi_velocity_p_gain||0x108||Sigend fixed point 18.16||W||Proportional gain of the velocity PI controller|
|axi_velocity_i_gain||0x10C||Sigend fixed point 18.15||W||Integral gain of the velocity PI controller|
|axi_current_p_gain||0x110||Sigend fixed point 18.10||W||Proportional gain of the current PI controller|
|axi_current_i_gain||0x114||Sigend fixed point 18.12||W||Integral gain of the current PI controller|
|axi_open_loop_bias||0x118||Sigend fixed point 18.14||W||Open loop control command bias|
|axi_open_loop_scalar||0x11C||Sigend fixed point 18.16||W||Open loop control command gain|
|axi_encoder_zero_offset||0x120||Sigend fixed point 18.14||W||Encoder offset|
|axi_electrical_pos_err||0x124||Sigend fixed point 19.14||R||Error between actual electrical position and encoder position|
The operation of the IP core is controlled through the foc_script.sh script located under /usr/local/bin. The script executes the following steps:
The IP core exposes a set of signals for interfacing with the rest of the system. The table below lists the exposed interface signals.
|Signal name||Direction||Width||Data format||Description|
|adc_current1||I||18||Signed fixed point 18.17||Phase A current measurement|
|adc_current2||I||18||Signed fixed point 18.17||Phase B current measurement|
|encoder_a||I||1||Boolean||Encoder channel A|
|encoder_b||I||1||Boolean||Encoder channel B|
|pwm_a||O||1||Boolean||Phase A PWM control signal|
|pwm_b||O||1||Boolean||Phase B PWM control signal|
|pwm_c||O||1||Boolean||Phase C PWM control signal|
|mon_phase_voltage_a||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.12||Phase A voltage in Volts|
|mon_phase_voltage_b||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.12||Phase B voltage in Volts|
|mon_phase_current_a||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.15||Phase A current in Amps|
|mon_phase_current_b||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.15||Phase B current in Amps|
|mon_rotor position||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.14||Rotor mecahnical position in radians|
|mon_electrical position||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.14||Rotor electrical position in radians|
|mon_rotor_velocity||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.8||Rotor velocity in rad/s|
|mon_d_current||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.15||d current in Amps|
|mon_q_current||O||32||Signed fixed point 32.15||q current in Amps|
Below is presented a picture containing the output of the script, the IIO Scope settings and a controller monitored signals plot.