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JP6100943B2
JP6100943B2 JP2016048194A JP2016048194A JP6100943B2 JP 6100943 B2 JP6100943 B2 JP 6100943B2 JP 2016048194 A JP2016048194 A JP 2016048194A JP 2016048194 A JP2016048194 A JP 2016048194A JP 6100943 B2 JP6100943 B2 JP 6100943B2
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佳朗 竹本
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智裕 内田
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横山 誠也
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  The present invention relates to a motor and an electric pump that employ a rotor having a continuous pole type structure.

  As a motor, for example, as disclosed in Patent Document 1, a 12-slot stator and four magnetic pole magnets (neodymium magnets) are embedded in the circumferential direction of the rotor core, and a protrusion provided on the rotor core. Some have an eight-pole rotor in which poles are arranged with gaps between the magnets and the salient pole functions as the other magnetic pole. In a drive device such as a motor employing such a so-called consequent pole type rotor and an electric pump using the motor, it is possible to achieve high output, small size, light weight and low cost.

JP 2010-263762 A

  An object of the present invention is to provide a 3 × n slot stator in which 3 × n (n is a natural number) teeth extending inward in the radial direction are provided, and three-phase windings are sequentially wound around the teeth. N magnets constituting one magnetic pole are arranged in the circumferential direction of the rotor core arranged inside the stator, and salient poles provided on the rotor core are arranged with gaps between the magnets, and the salient poles And a 2 × n magnetic pole rotor configured to function as the other magnetic pole, and the rotational position of the rotor is detected based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases and the drive current supplied to the winding When each of the magnets faces one of the same phase teeth of the three phases, each of the salient poles faces the middle in the circumferential direction of the remaining two-phase teeth. Configured as It is to provide a motor.

In order to achieve the above object, according to the first aspect of the present invention, 3 × n (n is a natural number) teeth extending radially inward are provided in the circumferential direction, and three-phase windings are sequentially wound around the teeth. The mounted 3 × n-slot stator and n magnets constituting one magnetic pole in the circumferential direction of the rotor core arranged inside the stator are arranged, and salient poles provided on the rotor core are arranged as magnets. A 2 × n magnetic pole rotor arranged with a gap in between and configured to function as the other magnetic pole, and the rotational position of the rotor is detected based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases. The drive current supplied to the winding is controlled, and when each magnet faces one of the same phase teeth of the three phases, each salient pole has the remaining 2 Tooth of teeth Is configured to face the medial, the magnet and the air gap is disposed inward from an outer edge of the rotor core, both ends electrical angle of the one pole, than across the electrical angle of the other magnetic pole The circumferential width of the magnet is less than or equal to the circumferential width of the tip of the teeth, the electrical angle at both ends of the one magnetic pole is A, and the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole is B, The gist is set to satisfy 1.0 ≦ A / (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ≦ 1.08 .

  According to this configuration, the electrical angle at one end of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet) is smaller than the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole), so the magnet and the air gap are arranged inside the outer edge of the rotor core. Even so, the attractive force acting on the magnet teeth is concentrated in a narrow range, and it is easy to stop the magnet and the teeth facing each other. Therefore, since the probability of starting rotation from the same position at the start increases, it is easy to acquire a stable induced voltage in a short time, and it is possible to shorten the time until starting control using the induced voltage on average. It becomes.

According to this configuration, assuming that the electrical angle at both ends of the one magnetic pole (magnetic pole of the magnet) is A and the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole (magnetic pole of the salient pole) is B, 1.0 ≦ A / (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ≦ 1.08 is set, so that the disturbance in the waveform of the induced voltage is smaller than the experimental result. Specifically, from the experimental results, it is possible to obtain a waveform that is not disturbed more than equivalent to the waveform of the induced voltage of a normal motor (all the magnets constitute all the magnetic poles without salient poles). . Therefore, for example, a sensorless driving method can be favorably employed.

In the invention according to claim 2 , in the motor according to claim 1 , with 12 slots and 8 magnetic poles, the mechanical angle of the one magnetic pole is set to 27 °, and the mechanical angle of the other magnetic pole is set to 33 °. This is the gist.

According to this configuration, the effect of the invention of claim 1 can be obtained specifically in a 12-slot, 8-pole motor.
According to a third aspect of the present invention, the motor according to the first or second aspect , a case that accommodates the motor, and an impeller member that is integrally rotatable with the rotor in the case are provided. The gist.

  According to this configuration, it is possible to employ a sensorless driving method in the electric pump, and it is possible to reduce the size and weight of the electric pump, for example.

  According to the present invention, 3 × n teeth (where n is a natural number) are provided in the circumferential direction extending radially inward, and a 3 × n slot stator in which three-phase windings are sequentially wound around the teeth, N magnets constituting one magnetic pole are arranged in the circumferential direction of the rotor core arranged inside the stator, and salient poles provided on the rotor core are arranged with gaps between the magnets, and the salient poles And a 2 × n magnetic pole rotor configured to function as the other magnetic pole, and the rotational position of the rotor is detected based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases and the drive current supplied to the winding When each of the magnets faces one of the same phase teeth of the three phases, each of the salient poles faces the middle in the circumferential direction of the remaining two-phase teeth. Configured as It is possible to provide a motor.

(A) The top view of the motor in this Embodiment. (B) The partial enlarged plan view of a rotor similarly. The circuit diagram of the control apparatus of the motor in this Embodiment. Explanatory drawing which shows the relationship between the both-ends electrical angle of the one magnetic pole used as the waveform which is not disturb | confused, and the both-ends electrical angle of the other magnetic pole. The electrical angle-induced voltage waveform diagram for demonstrating the motor of this Embodiment. The electrical angle-induced voltage waveform diagram for demonstrating the motor of this Embodiment. The electrical angle-induced voltage waveform figure for demonstrating the motor of a prior art. The electrical angle-induced voltage waveform figure for demonstrating the motor of a prior art. The electrical angle-induced voltage waveform figure for demonstrating the motor of a prior art. The schematic cross section embodied in the electric pump.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Embodiments embodying the present invention will be described below with reference to FIGS.
As shown in FIG. 1A, an inner rotor type brushless motor (hereinafter simply referred to as a motor) M has a stator 10 having a stator core 11 provided with twelve teeth 11a extending radially inward and the teeth. A 12-slot slot comprising three-phase (U-phase, V-phase, W-phase) windings 12 wound around 11a is used.

  In addition, the rotor 20 disposed inside the stator 10 in the motor M has an annular rotor core 22 that is externally fitted to the outer peripheral surface of the rotating shaft 21 as shown in FIGS. 1 (a) and 1 (b). . Then, four magnet housing holes 22a are formed in the circumferential direction (at intervals of 90 °) on the outer peripheral side of the rotor core 22, and N-pole magnets 23 are respectively disposed in the magnet housing holes 22a (four in total). ing.

  In addition, between the magnets 23, salient poles 22b provided on the outer peripheral portion of the rotor core 22 are gaps K having a certain area at each boundary portion with the magnet 23 when viewed from the axial direction (a part of the magnet housing hole 22a). It is arranged with. Note that the gap K of the present embodiment has a constant area by being formed in a symmetrical shape on both sides in the circumferential direction of the magnet 23 (axisymmetric with respect to a radial line passing through the center of the magnet 23). In addition, it is formed over the entire axial direction of the rotor core 22 (while maintaining a constant area). With the above configuration, the magnet 23 and the gap K are arranged on the inner side of the outer edge (outer periphery) of the rotor core 22.

  That is, the circumferential centers of the magnets 23 and the salient poles 22b are alternately arranged at equiangular (45 °) intervals, and the rotor 20 places the salient poles 22b with respect to the magnets 23 constituting the N pole that is one of the magnetic poles. It is constituted by a so-called continuous pole type of eight magnetic poles functioning as the S pole which is the other magnetic pole.

  Here, in the rotor 20 of the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 1B, the electrical angle (A) at one end of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet 23) is the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole 22b). Is set to be smaller than the electrical angle (B) at both ends.

In the rotor 20, the electrical angle at both ends of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet 23) is A, and the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole 22b) is B.
A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ± 8% is set,
Specifically, A is set to 108 ° (mechanical angle 27 °) and B is set to 132 ° (mechanical angle 33 °).

In other words, A is
(6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) × 0.92 ≦ A ≦ (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) × 1.08 is set.

Furthermore, in other words, the rotor 20 of the present embodiment is
It is set to satisfy 0.92 ≦ A / (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ≦ 1.08.

  This is an expression based on the data obtained from the experimental results, and is an approximation obtained from the curve X in which the angles (plots) when the waveforms are as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5 are connected as shown in FIG. Added a width (± 8%) in the equation so that the waveform is not disturbed more than equal to the waveform of the induced voltage of a normal motor (all magnets make up all magnetic poles without salient poles) It is a formula.

That is, if A = 6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 is satisfied (if it is on the curve X in FIG. 3), the waveform is as shown in FIGS. As shown in FIG. And in that ± 8% (the range surrounded by the two-dot chain line in FIG. 3), with respect to the waveform of the induced voltage of the normal motor (all the magnets make up all the magnetic poles without salient poles) The waveform is not disturbed more than equal (for example, the distortion rate with respect to a sine wave is 1.3%). FIG. 4 shows each of the motors (on the curve X in FIG. 3) set to A = 6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 . It is a waveform of the induced voltage of the phase (U phase, V phase, W phase), and the distortion rate with respect to the sine wave is 0.9%. FIG. 5 shows a motor (Y on curve X in FIG. 3) set to A = 6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 . It is a waveform of the induced voltage between terminals (between U and V, between V and W, and between W and U) of connection and Δ connection.

  As shown in FIG. 2, in the motor M, the terminals 12u, 12v, 12w of the winding 12 are connected to the control device 51, and the stator 10 is based on the waveform of the induced voltage (using it as a control signal). A sensorless driving method is used in which the driving current supplied to the winding 12 is controlled. Specifically, as shown in FIG. 2, the control device 51 of the present embodiment includes a rotational position detection circuit 52 connected to the terminals 12u, 12v, 12w of the windings 12 of each phase. The rotational position detection circuit 52 detects an induced voltage induced in the winding 12 of each phase, generates a rotational position pulse signal corresponding to the rotational position of the rotor 20 based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases, The rotational position pulse signal is output to the microcomputer 53. The microcomputer 53 generates a commutation signal based on the input rotational position pulse signal and outputs the commutation signal to the inverter circuit 55 via the driver circuit 54. In the inverter circuit 55, the switching elements 55a to 55f are subjected to switching control by the input commutation signal, and a commutation operation is performed in which a drive current is sequentially supplied to the windings 12 of each phase.

Next, the operation of the motor M configured as described above will be described.
When the rotor 20 starts to rotate, an induced voltage is generated according to the rotation. Then, in the control device 51, based on the waveform (see FIG. 5) of the induced voltage between the terminals (between U-V, V-W, W-U) (see FIG. 5 as a control signal). A rotation position pulse signal is generated at 0 [V] as a boundary, a commutation signal is generated based on the rotation position pulse signal, and the drive current supplied to the winding 12 is switched. Since the waveform of the induced voltage generated at this time is not disturbed, the rotor 20 is favorably controlled for rotation.

Next, the characteristic effects of the above embodiment will be described below.
(1) Since the number of teeth 11a (12) is three times the number of magnets 23 (four), each magnet 23 is always one of the same three phases (U phase, V phase, or W). Phase) teeth 11a. Since the electrical angle at both ends of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet 23) is smaller than the electrical angles at both ends of the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole 22b), the magnet 23 and the gap K are located inside the outer edge of the rotor core 22. Even if it arrange | positions, the attraction force which acts on the teeth 11a of the magnet 23 concentrates in a narrow range, and it becomes easy to stop in the state where the magnet 23 and the teeth 11a face each other. Therefore, since the probability of starting rotation from the same position at the start increases, it is easy to acquire a stable induced voltage in a short time, and it is possible to shorten the time until starting control using the induced voltage on average. It becomes.

(2) A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 ) where A is the electrical angle at both ends of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet 23), and B is the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole 22b). −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) Since the setting is made to satisfy ± 8%, the disturbance of the waveform of the induced voltage is reduced from the experimental result. Specifically, from the experimental results, a waveform that is not disturbed more than equal to the waveform of the induced voltage of a normal motor (all the magnets constitute all the magnetic poles without the salient poles 22b) may be used. it can. Therefore, in the motor M that employs the rotor 20 having the consequent pole type structure, it is possible to employ the sensorless driving method satisfactorily (while maintaining the same torque characteristics as the normal motor).

The above embodiment may be modified as follows.
Although not specifically mentioned in the above embodiment, the present invention may be embodied in some drive device using the motor M of the above embodiment. For example, as shown in FIG. The electric pump 61 used may be embodied. Specifically, the electric pump 61 includes a substantially bottomed cylindrical motor housing 62, a pump housing 63 that is fixed to the opening end of the motor housing 62 and has a suction port 63 a and a discharge port 63 b, and a bottom outer side of the motor housing 62. A case 65 comprising an end housing 64 fixed to the housing. The electric pump 61 includes the stator 10 held by the cylindrical portion 62a of the motor housing 62, a shaft 66 fixed to the inside of the bottom of the motor housing 62, and the rotor rotatably supported by the shaft 66. 20 and an impeller member 67 provided so as to be rotatable together with the rotor 20. The electric pump 61 includes a control circuit board 68 which is held in a housing part surrounded by the bottom outer side of the motor housing 62 and the end housing 64 and constitutes the control device 51 of the above embodiment. In the electric pump 61 configured as described above, a sensorless driving method can be favorably adopted, and for example, the electric pump 61 can be reduced in size and weight.

  In the above embodiment, the teeth 11a are the twelve 12-slot stators 10, the four magnets 23 and the eight-pole rotor 20, but the teeth are 3 × n (where n is a natural number). If the stator has 3 × n slots and the rotor has n magnets and 2 × n magnetic poles, the motor may be changed to another motor.

For example, the motor may be replaced with an 18-slot stator with 18 teeth and a rotor with 6 magnets and 12 magnetic poles. Of course, in this case, it is preferable that A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ± 8% is satisfied.

In the above embodiment, the setting is made so as to satisfy A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ± 8%, but ± 8 %, For example, A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ± 4% may be set. May be.

  In this way, the waveform of the induced voltage can be made less disturbed. Therefore, it is possible to employ a sensorless driving method more satisfactorily, and for example, high efficiency can be achieved.

Further, A = (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ± 8% is not satisfied, and both ends of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet 23) The angle (A) may be set to be smaller than the electrical angle (B) at both ends of the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole 22b). Even in this case, an effect similar to the effect (1) of the above embodiment can be obtained.

  By the way, some motors employ a sensorless driving method that controls the driving current supplied to the stator based on the waveform of the induced voltage (using it as a control signal) without providing a separate rotation sensor. However, in a motor that employs a rotor having a consequent pole structure in which the magnet is embedded in the rotor core as described above, a stable induced voltage cannot be obtained unless it rotates for a while after starting to rotate, and control using the induced voltage is not possible. There is a problem that it takes time to start.

  In addition, in the motor as described above, the waveform of the induced voltage is disturbed with respect to the waveform of the induced voltage of a normal motor (no 8 salient poles and 8 magnets constitute 8 magnetic poles). As a result, it has become difficult to adopt a sensorless driving method.

  Specifically, the waveform of the induced voltage of each phase of the normal motor has a small distortion rate with respect to a sine wave of 1.3%, and it is possible to employ a sensorless driving method satisfactorily. On the other hand, a rotor having a contiguous pole type structure in which the electrical angle at both ends of the one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet) and the other magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the salient pole) are equal (for example, the mechanical angle is 27 °) is adopted. As shown in FIG. 6, the waveform of the induced voltage of each phase (U phase, V phase, W phase) of the motor has a distortion rate of 21.1% with respect to the sine wave. FIG. 7 shows the waveform of the induced voltage between terminals (between U-V, V-W, and W-U) of a motor (Y-connection) employing a rotor having a similar consequent pole structure. FIG. 8 shows the waveform of the induced voltage between terminals (between U-V, V-W, and W-U) of a motor (Δ connection) that employs a rotor having the same consequent pole type structure. Will be disturbed. This is thought to be based on the fact that the magnetic pole of the salient pole does not generate a forced magnetic pole flow like the magnetic pole of the magnet.

  Then, in the waveform disturbed as described above (see FIGS. 6 to 8), for example, the peak is shifted (originally about 110 ° at 90 °), or is asymmetric with respect to the peak. For this reason, it is difficult to use as a control signal, and it becomes difficult to employ a sensorless driving method. Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide a motor and an electric pump that can satisfactorily employ a sensorless driving method.

  In the technical idea for achieving the above-mentioned object, 3 × n (where n is a natural number) teeth extending inward in the radial direction are provided in the circumferential direction, and 3 × windings are sequentially wound around the teeth. An n-slot stator and n magnets constituting one magnetic pole are arranged in the circumferential direction of the rotor core arranged inside the stator, and salient poles provided on the rotor core are arranged with gaps between the magnets. A 2 × n magnetic pole rotor configured so that the salient pole functions as the other magnetic pole, and the rotational position of the rotor is detected based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases to A motor in which a drive current to be supplied is controlled, wherein each magnet is configured to face one of the same phase teeth among three phases, and the magnet and the gap are Wherein disposed inside the outer edge of the rotor core, both ends electrical angle of said one magnetic pole is summarized in that which is set to be smaller than both end electrical angle of the other magnetic pole.

  According to this configuration, since the number of teeth is three times the number of magnets, each magnet always faces one of the same phase of the three phases. And since the electrical angle at both ends of one magnetic pole (the magnetic pole of the magnet) is smaller than the electrical angles at both ends of the other magnetic pole (magnetic pole of the salient pole), even if the magnet and the air gap are disposed inside the outer edge of the rotor core, The attractive force acting on the magnet teeth is concentrated in a narrow range, and it is easy to stop the magnet and teeth facing each other. Therefore, since the probability of starting rotation from the same position at the start increases, it is easy to acquire a stable induced voltage in a short time, and it is possible to shorten the time until starting control using the induced voltage on average. It becomes.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Stator, 11a ... Teeth, 12 ... Winding, 20 ... Rotor, 22 ... Rotor core, 22b ... Salient pole which comprises the other magnetic pole, 23 ... Magnet which comprises one magnetic pole, 65 ... Case, 67 ... Impeller member A: electrical angle at both ends of one magnetic pole, B: electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole, K: gap.

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  1. A 3 × n slot stator in which 3 × n (where n is a natural number) teeth are provided extending inward in the radial direction, and three-phase windings are sequentially wound around the teeth;
    N magnets constituting one magnetic pole are arranged in the circumferential direction of the rotor core arranged inside the stator, salient poles provided on the rotor core are arranged with gaps between the magnets, and the salient poles are arranged. A 2 × n magnetic pole rotor configured to function as the other magnetic pole, and based on the waveform of the induced voltage between the phases, the rotational position of the rotor is detected and the drive current supplied to the winding is A controlled motor,
    Each of the magnets is configured to face each other in the circumferential middle of the remaining two-phase teeth when facing one same-phase tooth of the three phases .
    The magnet and the gap are arranged on the inner side of the outer edge of the rotor core,
    The electrical angle at both ends of the one magnetic pole is set to be smaller than the electrical angles at both ends of the other magnetic pole,
    The circumferential width of the magnet is equal to or less than the circumferential width of the tip of the tooth,
    The electrical angle at both ends of the one magnetic pole is A, and the electrical angle at both ends of the other magnetic pole is B.
    1.0 ≦ A / (6.10 × 10 −3 × B 2 −8.69 × 10 −1 × B + 1.14 × 10 2 ) ≦ 1.08
    A motor characterized by being set to satisfy .
  2. The motor according to claim 1 ,
    A motor having 12 slots and 8 magnetic poles, wherein the mechanical angle of the one magnetic pole is set to 27 °, and the mechanical angle of the other magnetic pole is set to 33 °.
  3. The motor according to claim 1 or 2 ,
    A case for housing the motor;
    An electric pump comprising: an impeller member provided to rotate integrally with the rotor in the case.
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