Title: FOC - based speed control algorithms of induction motor drive with system parameter mismatch
Authors: Talla, Jakub
Košan, Tomáš
Blahník, Vojtěch
Citation: TALLA, J., KOŠAN, T., BLAHNÍK, V. FOC - based speed control algorithms of induction motor drive with system parameter mismatch. In Proceedings of the 2018 18th International Conference on Mechatronics - Mechatronika (ME). Piscataway: IEEE, 2018. s. 235-242. ISBN 978-80-214-5542-9.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IEEE
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/33716
ISBN: 978-80-214-5542-9
Keywords in different language: field oriented control;induction motor;feedback linearization control;adaptive control
Abstract: The field oriented control algorithms (FOC) of induction motor (IM) drives are generally sensitive to model parameter mismatch. Especially, the proper flux orientation and flux amplitude is influenced by the rotor/stator resistance values. Moreover, the rotor and stator resistances are temperature dependent and thus time-varying variables. The real-time testing of different kinds of FOC algorithms to parameter mismatch robustness is a difficult task. The motor parameters such as resistances, inductances, inertia etc. are not commonly tunable in the laboratory experiments. Furthermore, the IM fluxes are not commonly directly measured. The hardware in the loop (HIL) IM simulators operating real-time could be the right choice to FOC algorithms robustness testing. This paper describes the conventional cascade based FOC, feedback linearization based FOC and novel adaptive FOC algorithm tested on self-developed IM HIL FPGA-based platform. The paper presents both HIL based results and experimental results.
Abstract in different language: The field oriented control algorithms (FOC) of induction motor (IM) drives are generally sensitive to model parameter mismatch. Especially, the proper flux orientation and flux amplitude is influenced by the rotor/stator resistance values. Moreover, the rotor and stator resistances are temperature dependent and thus time-varying variables. The real-time testing of different kinds of FOC algorithms to parameter mismatch robustness is a difficult task. The motor parameters such as resistances, inductances, inertia etc. are not commonly tunable in the laboratory experiments. Furthermore, the IM fluxes are not commonly directly measured. The hardware in the loop (HIL) IM simulators operating real-time could be the right choice to FOC algorithms robustness testing. This paper describes the conventional cascade based FOC, feedback linearization based FOC and novel adaptive FOC algorithm tested on self-developed IM HIL FPGA-based platform. The paper presents both HIL based results and experimental results.
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