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A Study on The Bang-Bang Controller Applied to Electrical Vehicle
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A Study on The Bang-Bang Controller Applied to Electrical Vehicle
Bae, Jong-Il;
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In order to establish the robust controller design technique of series wound motor driver system. This paper proposes a method of Bang-Bang controller using a series wound motor driver system under improperly variable load. A Bang-Bang controller structure is simpler than the structure of PID plus Bang-Bang controller. This paper shows that a general 8 bits microprocessor is used efficiently implementing such an algorithm. The calculation time of software is extremely small when compared with conventional PID plus Bang-Bang controller. Both nonlinear operating characteristics of digital switching elements and describing function methods are used for the analysis and synthesis. Real time implementation of Bang-Bang controller is achieved. Concept design strategy of the control and PWM waveform generation algorithms are presented in the paper.
Bang-bang controller;Driver system;Digital switching;Microprocessor;PWM amplifier;Chopper power circuit;Forward high gain;Ripple;
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