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Tracking of partially unknown trajectories for permanent magnet synchronous motors

Gentili, Luca and Paoli, Andrea and Bonivento, Claudio (2009) Tracking of partially unknown trajectories for permanent magnet synchronous motors. European Journal of Control, 15 (6). pp. 599-612. ISSN 0947-3580

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Abstract

In this paper, an adaptive internal model-based control architecture is designed to deal with an exogenous trajectory tracking problem for a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM). More in detail, we show how to design a controller able to guarantee the asymptotic tracking of partially unknown exogenous trajectories belonging to a given family, embedding in the regulator the internal model of this family; the control algorithm is able to attain the asymptotic tracking without the knowledge of reference derivatives and exploiting only instantaneous error feedbacks. The theoretical machinery exploited is the nonlinear regulation theory, specialized for the energy-based port-Hamiltonian formalism. The same methodology is proved to be able to deal even with the presence of exogenous voltage disturbances superimposed to the control voltages. © 2009 EUCA.

Keywords:Asymptotic tracking, Control algorithms, Control voltages, Disturbance suppression, Error feedback, Hamiltonian formalism, Internal model control, Internal models, Nonlinear regulation theory, Output regulation, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, Trajectory tracking problems, Voltage disturbances, AC motors, Algorithms, Asymptotic analysis, Fuzzy control, Machinery, Magnetic devices, Model predictive control, Proportional control systems, Synchronous motors, Trajectories, Permanent magnets
Subjects:H Engineering > H100 General Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:16229
Deposited On:14 May 2015 11:00

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