International Journal of Power System Operation and Energy Management


Today induction motor requires a variable speed control to serve wide range of applications. The objective of this work is to control the position of a field oriented induction motor for a given reference input signal. This work addresses the design of a speed control scheme based on total sliding-mode control (TSMC) theory for a field-orientated induction motor (IM). The total sliding mode control comprises an equivalent control design and a robust control design. In this work the control strategy is derived in the sense of Lyapunov stability theorem such that the stable tracking performance can be ensured under the occurrence of system uncertainties. The salient feature of this control scheme is that the controlled system has a total sliding motion without a reaching phase. The work is been accomplished using Matlab/Simulink. In this work a comparison is been done for a fixed torque & change in torque (Change in motor parameter).





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