A High Performance Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Servo System Using Predictive Functional Control and Kalman Filter

- Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
- Volume 15, Issue 6, 2015, pp.1547-1558
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
- DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2015.15.6.1547

Title & Authors

A High Performance Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Servo System Using Predictive Functional Control and Kalman Filter

Wang, Shuang; Zhu, Wenju; Shi, Jian; Ji, Hua; Huang, Surong;

Wang, Shuang; Zhu, Wenju; Shi, Jian; Ji, Hua; Huang, Surong;

Abstract

A predictive functional control (PFC) scheme for permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) servo systems is proposed in this paper. The PFC-based method is first introduced in the control design of speed loop. Since the accuracy of the PFC model is influenced by external disturbances and speed detection quantization errors of the low distinguishability optical encoder in servo systems, it is noted that the standard PFC method does not achieve satisfactory results in the presence of strong disturbances. This paper adopted the Kalman filter to observe the load torque, the rotor position and the rotor angular velocity under the condition of a limited precision encoder. The observations are then fed back into PFC model to rebuild it when considering the influence of perturbation. Therefore, an improved PFC method, called the PFC+Kalman filter method, is presented, and a high performance PMSM servo system was achieved. The validity of the proposed controller was tested via experiments. Excellent results were obtained with respect to the speed trajectory tracking, stability, and disturbance rejection.

Keywords

Predictive functional control;Kalman filter;Disturbance observer;Torque compensation;Permanent magnet synchronous motor;

Language

English

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