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Title in Portuguese: A 2DOF PID for Dynamic Control of Drive System Switched Reluctance Motor
Title: A 2DOF PID for Dynamic Control of Drive System Switched Reluctance Motor
Author: Reis, Laurinda Lúcia Nogueira dos
Araújo, João Paulo Bezerra de
Mesquita, Vinícius Alexandre de
Silva, Wellington Assunção da
Souza, Darielson Araújo de
Oliveira Júnior, José Raimundo de
Correia, Wilkley Bezerra
Keywords: PID 2DOF controller
Conventional PID
Fault tolerance
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IEEE Xplore -
Citation: REIS, Laurinda Lúcia Nogueira dos; ARAÚJO, João Paulo Bezerra de; MESQUITA, Vinícius Alexandre de; SILVA, Wellington Assunção; SOUZA, Darielson Araújo de; OLIVEIRA JÚNIOR, José Raimundo de ; CORREIA, Wilkley Bezerra. A 2DOF PID for dynamic control of drive system switched reluctance motor. In: ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE IEEE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SOCIETY - IECON , 45th., 14-17 Oct. 2019, Lisboa, Portugal. Proceedings IECON 2019 - 45th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Lisboa, Portugal, 2019. p. 823-827, DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2019.8927015.
Abstract: Traditional Proportional, Integral and Derivative controllers (PID) have been largely employed for the control of industrial variable speed drives due to easy design and good performance they provide. Switched Reluctance Machines (SRM) due to its inherent characteristics are naturally tolerant to phase faults despite performance loss. However, in some cases, such as electric vehicles and power generation, a non-interrupt operation is mandatory or at least required, even under faulty scenarios. Most of the techniques used to improve the performance of SRMs in fault situations are related to the switching feed converter. This paper proposes a control approach based an a 2DOF PID controller which significantly reduces the phase faults effects on the speed of the motor. Furthermore, the high-frequency noise is attenuated when compared to the classical PID controller commonly applied to control such sort of motors. The proposed controller is able to recover the speed of operation faster than a classical approach when a feedforward action is taken into account.
URI: 19242081 (INSPEC Accession Number)
metadata.dc.type: Artigo de Evento
ISBN: 9781728148786
ISSN: 1728148782
metadata.dc.identifier.other: DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2019.8927015
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