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Volume 3, Issue 4 - Dec 1998
Volume 3, Issue 3 - Sep 1998
Volume 3, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
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The Study on the Temperature Compensation of Ultrasonic Motor for Robot Actuator Using Fuzzy Controller
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 165~172
The electromechanical energy conversion conditioning and processing implementation in USM direct motion control system is generally divided into two power stages: the two-phase high-frequency ac power inversion stage for driving piezoelectric ceramic PZT transducer array off the USM stator and the mechanical thrust power conversion stage based on the frictional force between the piezo electric stator array and the rotary slider of the USM. However, the dynamic and steady-state mathematical modeling of the USM is extremely default from a theoretical point of view because it contains many complicated an nonlinear characteristics dependant on operation temperature. In +2
, the operating characteristics of the USM has represented normal condition. But the other temperature, it has abnormal condition so that driving frequency, current and motor speed will be down. The recent USM has controller without temperature compensation. This study represents the fuzzy controller for speed compensation according to operating temperature by driving frequency.
Speed Control of Induction Motor Using Self-Learning Fuzzy Controller
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 173~183
In this paper, an auto-tuning method for fuzzy controller's membership functions based on the neural network is presented. The neural network emulator offers the path which reforms the fuzzy controller's membership functions and fuzzy rule, and the reformed fuzzy controller uses for speed control of induction motor. Thus, in the case of motor parameter variation, the proposed method is superior to a conventional method in the respect of operation time and system performance. 32bit micro-processor DSP(TMS320C31) is used to achieve the high speed calculation of the space voltage vector PWM and to build the self-learning fuzzy control algorithm. Through computer simulation and experimental results, it is confirmed that the proposed method can provide more improved control performance than that PI controller and conventional fuzzy controller.
A Novel Three-Phase Four-Wire Shunt Active Filter to Eliminate Neutral Current
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 184~190
Most buildings and factories are supplied with electric power by three-phase four-wire low voltage electric distribution system. This method pollutes the neutral line and utility sources with harmonic currents. Today, development of power conversion technology and the popularization of computer cause the neutral current to become serious. In this paper, a novel three-phase four-wire active filter is proposed to solve these harmonic problems has two purposes. The first purpose of the proposed active filiter is that the phase current has a sinusoidal waveform shape under the nonlinear load. The second purpose of the proposed active filiter is that the current on the neutral line become zero under the unbalanced power source and under the varring load conditions. The ability of the shunt active filiter has been proved to be excellent through simulations under the varring load conditions.
Current Control Method for Torque Ripple Reduction in Brushless DC Motor
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 191~198
This paper presents a new current control method to reduce the torque ripple due to phase commutation, when the unipolar PWM method is applied for the phase current control of brushless DC motor. Phase commutation bring about an instantaneous change in the average voltage of conducting phase so that current undulates, and this undulating current generates torque ripple. In this paper, we analyze average voltage variations of conducting phase in commutation period with PWM pattern and design current controller to compensate average variations. In addition, we prove the validity of proposed method by experimental results.
A Commutations Strategy for Torque Ripple Reduction of Sensorless Drive for Brushless DC Motors
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 199~205
Brushless DC motors have trapezoidal back-EMF waveform. Theoretically it should be fed with rectangular phase current in order to produce torque ripple free. Because it is drived by a voltage source inverter, perfect rectangular phase current can not available and therefore produce torque ripple. In this paper, the torque ripple due to commutation is analyzed and the practical method that can reduce the torque ripple is proposed. Experimental and simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Adaptive Compensation Technique of Parameter Variation for Quick Torque Response of an Induction Motor Drive
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 206~213
In this paper, an adaptive compensation technique for parameter variation is proposed which can perform quick torque response in vector control of an induction motors. To solve the problem of control performance degradation due to parameter variation in an induction motor, a rotor resistance estimation is performed by the model reference adaptive control(MRAC). The algorithm of rotor resistance estimation is composed of the error relationship which is generated between a motor real instantaneous reactive power and an estimated instantaneous reactive power. The advantage of such a real reactive power reference model is independence of the motor parameter variation. The estimation rotor resistance values are applied to the direct vector control system with a flux observer. Finally, the simulations and experiment are presented to validate the rotor resistance estimation algorithm of induction motor.
Simple Robust Digital Position Control Algorithm of BLDD Motor using Neural Network with State Feedback
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 214~221
A new control approach using neural network for the robust position control of a BRUSHLESS direct drive(BLDD) motor is presented. The linear quadratic controller plus feedforward neural network is employed to obtain the robust BLDD motor system approximately linearized using field-orientation method for an AC servo. The neural network is trained in on-line phases and this neural network is composed by a feedforward recall and error back-propagation training. Since the total number of nodes are only eight, this system will be easily realized by the general microprocessor. During the normal operation, the input-output response is sampled and the weighting value is trained by error back-propagation at each sample period to accommodate the possible variations in the parameters or load torque. And the state space analysis is performed to obtain the state feedback gains systematically. In addition, the robustness is also obtained without affecting overall system response.
An Improved Gate Control Scheme for Overvoltage Clamping Under High Power IGBTs Switching
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 222~230
This paper proposes a new gate drive circuit for high power IGBTs which can reduce the harmful effect of reverse recovery current at turn-on and actively suppress the overvoltage across the driven IGBT at turn-off without a snubber circuit. The turn-on scheme decreases the rising rate of the collector current by inereasing the input capacitance at turn-on transient when the gate-emitter voltage goes above threshold voltage. It results in soft transient of the reverse recovery current with no variation in turn-on delay time. The turn-off driving scheme has adaptive feature to the amplitude of collector current, so that the overvoltage can be limited much effectively at the fault collector current. Experimental results under various normal and fault conditions prove the effectiveness of the proposed circuit.
Dynamic Analysis and Control Loop Design of ZVS-FB PWM DC/DC Converter
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 231~239
This paper presents the dynamic analysis and control loop design of a zero voltage switching full bridge (ZVS-FB) PWM DC/DC converter. The small-signal model is derived incorporating the effects of phase shift control and the utilization of transformer leakage inductance and power FET junction capacitance to achieve zero voltage resonant switching. These effects are modeled by introducing additional feedforward and feedback terms for duty cycle modulation. Based on the results of the small-signal analysis, the control loop is designed using a simple two-pole one-zero compensation circuit. To show the validity of the design procedures, the small signal analysis of the closed loop system is carried out and the potential of the zero voltage switching and the superiority of the dynamic characteristics are verified through the experiment with a 2 kW prototype converter.
Design of Sliding Mode Controller for Induction Motor to Remove Chattering
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 240~245
This paper presents an improved sliding mode controller design for induction motor. In place of the discontinuous control inputs, continuous inputs are proposed in order to remove the undesirable chattering phenomena, which represent major drawbacks of the sliding mode controller. The design strategy is illustrated with a microprocessor based implementation for the velocity control of an induction motor. An induction motor is operated under sling mode control such that the motor angular velocity follows a predetermined trajectory. The experimental results confirm the validity of the proposed method.
A Study on the Heat Transfer Analysis based on Insulation Thickness Variation of Cable Splice Part
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 246~255
The cable cooling through installing the cooling pipe along the transmission cable becomes universal in foreign leading countries, especially in Japan, and, there are so many study results inside and outside of the country. However, the remarkable study result for cooling method of cable splice part is not achieved in spite of its importance. This paper is, therefore, carrys out detailed heat transfer analysis of existing 154kV underground cable-splice, depending on the insulation thickness variation when it is installed in manhole of tunnel whose temperature is maintained as
using refrigerator. This paper study also the cooling method of underground cable splice based on this result.
The Analysis of Torque Ripple of SRM Using Artificial Neural Network
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 256~262
The torque of SRM depends on phase current and the derivative of inductance. But the inductance of SRM is nonlinearly changed according to rotor position angle and phase current because of saturation in magnetic circuit, and it is difficult to control the desired torque. This paper proposes inductance modeling method using ANN(Artificial Neural Network) that is used to simulate the inductance which is nonlinearly varied with rotor position and current. The torque ripple is analyzed and input voltage and current condition to reduce torque ripple is simulated by inductance model.
A Research on the Digital Controller of Switched Reluctance Motor Using DSP
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 3, issue 3, 1998, Pages 263~272
This paper presents the new control strategy that can minimizes the torque ripple by considering the magnetic nonlinearity and phase torque averlapping intervals, and describes the whole SRM drive system using proposed control method implemented by DSP(Digital Signal Processor). To do this, inductance and torque are, at first, measured according to the variation of rotor position angle while current is kept constant at predetermined several values. From these measured values, the entire inductance and torque for any current and rotor position are inferred by using neural network. And the waveform of the reference phase torque is determined for the torque ripple to be minimized considering the torque overlap between phases. The controller is designed for the actual torque obtained by the inferred torque look-up table using measured current and rotor position angle to track the predetermined reference phase torque by delta modulation technique. To perform a real time processing and ensure the reliability of the controller, DSP is implemented.