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Dynamic braking

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318 - Electricity: motive power systems

318362000 - BRAKING

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
318376000 Regenerative 70
318379000 Locally closed armature circuit 41
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DocumentTitleDate
20090045761DIESEL-ELECTRIC DRIVE SYSTEM HAVING A SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR WITH PERMANENT-MAGNET EXCITATION - The invention relates to a diesel-electric drive system comprising a permanently excited synchronous generator (02-19-2009
20120181955TRANSFER APPARATUS FOR ELECTRIC POWER - Apparatus for transferring power between an electricity network (U07-19-2012
20090066272Electric safety braking device with permanent magnet motor and breaking torque control - This electric safety braking device for an electric traction vehicle may allow the force/speed characteristic of the vehicle to be improved and includes a rotating electromechanical machine with permanent magnets which has at least one coil with electric terminals, a rheostatic electric braking torque production device, and a commutation device which are capable of connecting the electric terminals of the electromechanical machine to the braking torque production device. The electric safety braking device includes at least one inductor is connected in series between the braking torque production device and the electromechanical machine.03-12-2009
20090189551METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STOPPING SERVO MOTOR - The servo motor is controlled by a control signal from a control circuit. A common branch line is separated from a positive common line in accordance with information that a safety door is opened. Thus, a first gate drive circuit group is made inoperative. Then, a second gate drive circuit group is operated to thereby short-circuit the U−, V− and W−phases of the motor to place in a regenerative braking state.07-30-2009
20080315806KIT AND METHOD FOR RECONFIGURING AN ELECTRICAL BRAKING SYSTEM FOR A TRACTION VEHICLE - A kit and method for reconfiguring an electrical braking system for a traction vehicle are provided. The kit may include a braking system assembly including a chopper having a first chopper circuit topology. The first chopper circuit topology includes a first semiconductor-based circuitry having a footprint that defines at least one cavity in an enclosure for accommodating the first semiconductor-based circuitry. This enclosure constitutes the enclosure for accommodating the semiconductor-based circuitry in the chopper having electromechanical-based circuitry and semiconductor based circuitry. A second semiconductor-based circuitry is arranged in the at least one cavity in the enclosure for accommodating the first semiconductor-based circuitry. The second semiconductor-based circuitry when electrically coupled to the first semiconductor-based circuitry produces a chopper comprising a second chopper circuit topology fully contained in the enclosure. The second chopper circuit topology is operable without any electromechanical-based circuitry.12-25-2008
20080265812Electric powertrain system having bidirectional DC generator - An electric powertrain for use with an engine and a traction device is disclosed. The electric powertrain has a DC motor/generator operable to receive at least a portion of a first mechanical output from the engine and produce a DC power output. The DC motor/generator is also operable to receive DC power and produce a second mechanical output. The electric powertrain further has a drivetrain operable to receive the DC power output and use the DC power output to drive the traction device. The drivetrain is also operable to generate DC power when the traction device is operated in a dynamic braking mode.10-30-2008
20130214707METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING AN ELECTRIC MACHINE - In a method for predefining a generator-based braking power of an electric machine in a vehicle, a motor-based propulsion power is predefined as a function of the position of a first final control element, e.g., an accelerator pedal, and the generator-based braking power is predefined as a function of the position of the first final control element, the generator-based braking power assuming values which are unequal to zero, already at an actuated position of the first final control element.08-22-2013
20090251081ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE EMPLOYING HYBRID, HYSTERETIC/PULSE-WIDTH-MODULATED DYNAMIC BRAKING - A dynamic braking circuit for an electronic motor drive shunts the DC link of the drive with a resistor using two control strategies. The first control strategy used for lower levels of braking employs a pulse width modulated signal and the second control strategy used for higher levels of braking uses a hysteretic signal significantly reducing switching losses in the semiconductor devices controlling the dynamic braking resistor allowing higher braking capacity.10-08-2009
20110227513POWER CONVERTER DEVICE - A power converter device for achieving a stable braking operation, preventing excessive current to flow therein, when conducting DC braking on a permanent synchronous motor, comprises: a switching circuit for converting DC to AC; a PWM controller means, for controlling ON or OFF of said switching circuit; a means for detecting or estimating current flowing through a permanent magnet synchronous motor; and a means for executing DC braking of said permanent magnet synchronous motor, wherein there are provided a DC braking maximum current setup value, which is determined from an outside or is determined in advance within an inside, and a PWM all-phases cutoff function and a zero vector output function within said PWM controller means, within said PWM controller means, whereby the PWM all-phases cutoff and the zero vector output are repeated within said PWM controller means, if a current value, which is obtained by said means for detecting or estimating the current, exceeds said DC braking maximum current setup value, when running DC current to the permanent magnet synchronous motor, so as to execute DC braking for obtaining a braking power.09-22-2011
20090309522GENERATOR-BRAKE INTEGRATION TYPE ROTATING MACHINE - A generator-brake integration type rotating machine comprises an inertia disk coupled to a shaft to rotate; a rotor ring rotating around the shaft inside the inertia disk and having magnets mounted to a circumferential outer surface thereof; and a laminated yoke positioned between the inertia disk and the rotor ring, and having brake coils located at regular angular intervals on a circumferential outer surface thereof and generator coils located at regular angular intervals on a circumferential inner surface thereof. The generator coils are wound on first bobbins which project inward from the circumferential inner surface of the laminated yoke, and the brake coils are wound on second bobbins which project outward from the circumferential outer surface of the laminated yoke. The laminated yoke is fixedly coupled to a stator holder, which in turn is coupled to the shaft by way of a bearing and is fixedly coupled to a housing.12-17-2009
20090072772DIESEL-ELECTRIC DRIVE SYSTEM HAVING A SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR WITH PERMANENT MAGNET EXCITATION - The invention relates to a diesel-electric drive system comprising a permanently excited synchronous generator (03-19-2009
20100231147BRAKING FUNCTION FOR BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR CONTROL - A motor control circuit that features a smart, two-phase braking operation is presented. The motor control circuit includes a motor drive circuit to apply a brake current to a coil of an external motor for active braking of the motor. The motor control circuit further includes a braking control circuit, coupled to the motor drive circuit and responsive to an externally generated control signal, to control the active braking by the motor drive circuit so that the active braking occurs in two phases. The two phases include a first phase that includes a first portion of the active braking and a second phase that includes back electromotive force (BEMF) voltage sensing and a second portion of the active braking.09-16-2010
20120187874VARIABLE DAMPING CIRCUIT FOR A SYNCHRONOUS SERVOMOTOR - A damper circuit for damping a synchronous servo-motor having at least one winding, at least one main damper resistor, connection means for connecting the main damper resistor in series with the winding, and at least one additional damper cell including at least one additional damper resistor connected in parallel with the main damper resistor via a static switch connected to a control module for controlling the switch as a function of a voltage of the winding. The control module has a shunt in parallel with the main damper resistor. The shunt has an output connected to the control input of the switch and a divider bridge connected to the shunt to form a comparator between the voltage of the winding and a conduction voltage of the shunt.07-26-2012
20130119899PROCESS FOR ELECTRICAL ASSISTANCE TO THE BRAKING OF A VEHICLE AND ASSOCIATED MOTOR SYSTEM - A process for electrical assistance to the braking of a vehicle with a motor system (M), whereby the motor system (M) includes at least one electric motor (05-16-2013
20130127380Power Converter Device - An electric power converting apparatus includes a switching circuit, a PWM controller, conducting PWM all phase shut-off and zero-vector outputting, a unit configured to detect or estimate current flowing through a motor, a unit configured to conduct a DC braking, and a current comparator configured to compare between a DC braking time maximum current setup value, and a current value obtained by the unit configured to detect or estimate current. The PWM all phase shut-off and zero-vector outputting are conducted, repetitively, by the PWM controller, if the current comparator determines that a current value, which is obtained by the unit configured to detect or estimate current, exceeds the DC braking time maximum current setup value, when conducting the DC braking to obtain a braking power by running current through the motor.05-23-2013
20100315025DYNAMIC BRAKING FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS - A system and method are provided for improved dynamic braking in AC motors with an electronic drive, and more particularly to using a current regulation circuit to control the current supplied to the motor to be in phase with the internal EMF voltage of the motor such that the braking torque of the current is maximized per ampere of dynamic braking current when needed to stop the motor in case of a control failure or emergency. A current regulator produces a voltage command to the motor based on the current command input. The motor is still controlled by a d-q current regulator and the q-axis (torque axis) voltage is driven to zero while the d-axis (non-torque axis) is left in current control with a zero current command. This way the motor internal voltage drives a current in the terminals of the motor but the current is in phase with the internal voltage of the motor. Since the current loops are still active, current limiting may be implemented and the dynamic brake current amplitude can be well controlled and entirely goes into stopping the motor.12-16-2010
20120086370MOTOR DRIVING CIRCUIT - A motor driving circuit is applied to a motor unit, a pushrod unit, and a load unit. The motor unit is driven by the motor driving circuit. The pushrod unit is driven by the motor unit to lengthen or shorten. The load unit is pushed by the pushrod unit. A relay unit of the motor driving circuit is provided to brake the motor unit, thus raising the self-locking force of the motor unit when the pushrod unit lengthens to the maximum length or shortens to the minimum length, or the power supply is cut off.04-12-2012
20130207578REVERSE CURRENT PROTECTION CONTROL FOR A MOTOR - A method is provided. A command to correspond to a target speed of a motor is received. A rotational speed of the motor is measured, and a brake-to-off ratio for a braking interval is calculated based at least in part on the rotation speed, the target speed, a braking parameter. An off state for an inverter that is coupled to motor is induced during an off portion of the braking interval, and a brake signal is applied to the inverter during a braking portion of the braking interval.08-15-2013

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