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A normalized smoothing control scheme based on fuzzy modeling for the control of DC brushless servo drives

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3 Author(s)
Chao-Shu Liu ; Dept. of Power Mech. Eng., Nat. Tsing Hua Univ., Hsinchu, Taiwan ; Jui-Ching Yang ; Jian-Shiang Chen

A robust controller design scheme applied to brushless servo drives is proposed. In order to provide smooth torque at various operating conditions, a fully digitized subharmonics PWM implemented on a digital signal processor (DSP TMS320C25) EV board is utilized to make the phase current being sinusoids. For the controller design in current loop, a proportional-integral controller is adopted to eliminate the effects between the currents and the mechanical dynamics; a method of nearly decoupling of d-q axis is used. In position and velocity loops, a normalized smoothing control scheme based on fuzzy modeling is proposed to force the system response constrained on a desired hyperplane without hard chatters. Furthermore, to suppress the steady-state error, a parallel-integral structure based on a pre-set bound on a normalized phase plane is applied. For validation of the proposed scheme, experimental studies under signification load variation and external disturbances are performed in a DC brushless servo drive

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Advanced Motion Control, 1996. AMC '96-MIE. Proceedings., 1996 4th International Workshop on  (Volume:1 )

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18-21 Mar 1996