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DSP-based self-tuning IP speed controller with load torque compensation for rolling mill DC drive

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2 Author(s)
Jun-Keun Ji ; Dept. of Control & Instrum., Soonchunhyang Univ., Chungnam, South Korea ; Seung-Ki Sul

This paper describes the design and the implementation of a self-tuning integral-proportional (IP) speed controller for a rolling mill DC motor drive system, based on a 32-bit floating point digital signal processor (DSP)-TMS 320C30. To get a better transient response than conventional proportional-integral (PI) and/or integral-proportional (IP) speed control in the presence of transient disturbance and/or parameter variations, an adaptive self-tuning IP speed control with load torque feedforward compensation was used. The model parameters, related to motor and load inertia and damping coefficient, were estimated online by using recursive extended least squares (RELS) estimation algorithm. On the basis of the estimated model parameters and a pole-placement design, a control signal was calculated. Digital simulation and experimental results showed that the proposed controller possesses excellent adaptation capability under parameter change and a better transient recovery characteristic than a conventional PI/IP controller under load change

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 4 )