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Power Tracking Control of Domestic Induction Heating System using Pulse Density Modulation Scheme with the Fuzzy Logic Controller
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Power Tracking Control of Domestic Induction Heating System using Pulse Density Modulation Scheme with the Fuzzy Logic Controller
Nagarajan, Booma; Sathi, Rama Reddy; Vishnuram, Pradeep;
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 Abstract
Power requirement to the induction heating system varies during the heating process. A closed loop control is required to have a smooth control over the power. In this work, a constant frequency pulse density modulation based power tracking control scheme for domestic induction heating system is developed using the Fuzzy Logic Controller. In the conventional power modulation schemes, the switching losses increase with the change in the load. The proposed pulse density modulation scheme maintains minimum switching losses for the entire load range. This scheme is implemented for the class-D series resonant inverter system. Fuzzy logic controller based power tracking control scheme is developed for domestic induction heating power supply for various power settings. The open loop and closed loop simulation studies are done using the MATLAB/Simulink simulation tool. The control logic is implemented in hardware using the PIC16F877A microcontroller. Fuzzy controller tracks the set power by changing the pulse density of the gate pulses applied to the inverter. The results obtained are used to know the effectiveness of the fuzzy logic controller to achieve the set power.
 Keywords
Closed loop control;Fuzzy logic controller;Induction heating;Pulse density modulation;
 Language
English
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