What is the goal of your project?
-To build a torque control for a BLDC
How does the technical set-up look like?
-To test the BLDC I will use a DC Motor as load. The needed power will be produced by a bench power supply. Later I want to use li ion cells, which also need a balance control and a discharge control.
How do you want to implement your idea?
-first, I want to build a "real" sine wave generator (with PWM)
-second I want to build the field-oriented control
-at last I want to build the battery management system
How many TAPAS boards will you need for your project?
-two, one for the BLDC and one for the battery management system
The most BLDC are driven by a 6-step commutation. This produces a high torque ripple, which is bad for the ball bearings and noise of the motor. With the TAPAS I want to build a "real" sine wave ESC to reduce this problems. Furthermore I want to try to build a field-oriented control, to control the torque. The system will be used for an electric skateboard, which also needs a battery management system.
It might be possible to integrate this with the TAPAS.
This idea will get two TAPAS dev kits.