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Current Control of Switched Reluctance Motor Using Self-tuning Fuzzy Controller
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 Title & Authors
Current Control of Switched Reluctance Motor Using Self-tuning Fuzzy Controller
Lee, Young-Soo; Kim, Jaehyuck; Oh, Hun;
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 Abstract
This paper describes an accurate and stable current control method of switched reluctance motors(SRMs), which have recently attracted considerable wide attention owing to their favorable features, such as high performance, high durability, structural simplicity, low cost, etc. In most cases, the PI controllers(PICC) have been used mostly for the current control of electric motors because their algorithm and selection of controller gain are relatively simpler compared to other controllers. On the other hand, the PI controller requires an adjustment of the controller gains for each operating point when nonlinear system parameters change rapidly. This paper presents a stable current control method of an SRM using self-tuning fuzzy current controller(STFCC) under nonlinear parameter variation. The performance of the considered method is validated via a dynamic simulation of the current controlled SRM drive using Matlab/Simulink program.
 Keywords
Switched Reluctance Motor;Current Control;Self-tuning Fuzzy Controller;
 Language
Korean
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