The most common method is to multiply the acceleration signal from the controller’s S Ramp by a torque factor. The torque force is sent to the drive in addition to the speed reference. In the drive this torque force is summed with the drive's regular torque signal. This method is best practice. During commissioning the torque factor is adjusted to minimize variations in the drive's speed regulator output (torque reference).
IC calibration involves repeated accelerations and deceleration without web. During the speed changes, monitor the torque reference resulting from the speed regulator output. This may be trended using the drive commissioning software. Adjust the scaling factor to minimize the speed difference.
This method is not affected by the filtering on the speed feedback signal.