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TOC Alert for Publication# 41 2020January 16<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>674C12487237<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics publication information]]>674C2C2188<![CDATA[An Optimized Third Harmonic Injection Method for Reducing DC-Link Voltage Fluctuation and Alleviating Power Imbalance of Three-Phase Cascaded H-Bridge Photovoltaic Inverter]]>674248824987021<![CDATA[Modulation and Capacitor Voltage Balancing Control of Multilevel NPC Dual Active Bridge DC–DC Converters]]>N levels modulation and control scheme that allows operating these converters, while guaranteeing the proper balance of the dc-link capacitor voltages. The suitability of the proposed solution is verified through simulation and experimental tests performed in five different converter configurations, three of them with an asymmetric number of voltage levels, proving that capacitor voltage balance is achievable in a wide range of operation conditions. Moreover, the efficiency of the ML-DAB converters is demonstrated to be superior to the conventional two-level DAB case.]]>674249925104121<![CDATA[A Turn Fault Mitigation Strategy Based on Current Injection Technique for a Triple Three-Phase PMA SynRM]]>674251125223414<![CDATA[Assessing Variable Sampling Time Controllers for Five-Phase Induction Motor Drives]]>674252325313591<![CDATA[A New Three-Phase Multipoint Clamped 5L-HPFC With Reduced PSD Count and Switch Stress]]>674253225436409<![CDATA[Torque Distributed Control Strategy for the Dual Three-Phase PMSM in Hybrid Energy Storage System Application]]>674254425524109<![CDATA[A Novel Concept of Ribless Synchronous Reluctance Motor for Enhanced Torque Capability]]>674255325634545<![CDATA[Quasi-Proportional-Resonant Controller Based Adaptive Position Observer for Sensorless Control of PMSM Drives Under Low Carrier Ratio]]>αβ reference frame, replacing sign function and low pass filter (LPF) of the SMO to cancel the chattering, and harmonics immune performance can also be achieved thanks to frequency selection characteristic of the QPR controller. Besides cancelling the chattering, the proposed observer can also eliminate phase shift produced by the LPF, since the QPR controller is a zero phase-shift amplifier at the resonant frequency. Comparative experiments are carried out in a 3-kW PMSM drive, and the results validate the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive position observer.]]>674256425735318<![CDATA[Active Disturbance-Rejection-Based Speed Control in Model Predictive Control for Induction Machines]]>674257425846062<![CDATA[Failure Prediction of Submodule Capacitors in Modular Multilevel Converter by Monitoring the Intrinsic Capacitor Voltage Fluctuations]]>LCR meter.]]>674258525943477<![CDATA[Position Sensorless Control of Switched Reluctance Motors Using Reference and Virtual Flux Linkage With One-Phase Current Sensor in Medium and High Speed]]>off angle position and phase commutation position is achieved by the comparison of reference flux linkage and virtual flux linkage. The speed estimation is performed by two reference flux linkage-current curves at particular rotor positions. Based on the obtained turn off pulse of the present phase and the turn on pulse of next phase, the remaining trigger pulse signals of three phases are derived from a delay-time strategy. The proposed scheme requires only one-phase current sensor, without any pulse injection or complicated decoupling algorithm, achieving a simple and cost-effective drive. Simulations and experiments are carried out on a 6/4-pole prototype SRM drive system to verify the correctness and effectiveness of the proposed sensorless control scheme.]]>674259526068799<![CDATA[Control Strategy for Five-Phase Dual-Stator Winding Induction Starter/Generator System]]>674260726174713<![CDATA[Thermal Overload and Insulation Aging of Short Duty Cycle, Aerospace Motors]]>674261826294643<![CDATA[An Accurate Wide-Speed Range Control Method of IPMSM Considering Resistive Voltage Drop and Magnetic Saturation]]>674263026415860<![CDATA[Robust Stability Improvement for Speed Sensorless Induction Motor Drive at Low Speed Range by Virtual Voltage Injection]]>674264226545589<![CDATA[Analysis and Reduction of On-Load DC Winding Induced Voltage in Wound Field Switched Flux Machines]]>674265526668544<![CDATA[Effective Thermal Conductivity Calculation and Measurement of Litz Wire Based on the Porous Metal Materials Structure]]>674266726774959<![CDATA[Design, Analysis, and Impacts of Sinusoidal <italic>LC</italic> Filter on Pulsewidth Modulated Inverter Fed-Induction Motor Drive]]>LC filter is placed at the ac-side of the VSI. This paper proposes a new methodology to design the filter. In this method, the filter inductance is chosen based on the maximum ripple in the inverter ac-side current and the voltage drop across the filter inductor, and the filter capacitor is chosen based on the steady-state reactive power demand of the SQIM. The effects of the designed filter on the switch current, losses in the drive, temperature of the dc-link capacitor, dv/dt at the motor terminal, stator flux, and air-gap torque of the SQIM are discussed. The performance of the drive with the filters, designed by the proposed method and the standard method, are experimentally tested on a two-level silicon carbide VSI-fed SQIM and comparative analysis is carried out. The impact of the designed filter on the drive is also shown when the neutral point of the filter capacitors is connected with the mid-point of the dc link. The stability of the closed-loop controlled SQIM drive with the proposed filter, and simulation results are presented to verify its performance.]]>674267826886912<![CDATA[Torque Ripple Reduction of PMSMs Using a Novel Angle-Based Repetitive Observer]]>$,mu$s.]]>674268926995408<![CDATA[Thermal Deformation Analysis of Water Cooling Doubly Salient Brushless DC Generator With Stator Field Winding]]>674270027104483<![CDATA[Analytical Thermal Model of Natural-Convection Cooling in Axial Flux Machines]]>674271127213998<![CDATA[Power Loss and Thermal Analysis for High-Power High-Speed Permanent Magnet Machines]]>674272227336790<![CDATA[An Indirect Testing Method for the Torque Ripple of Multiunit Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines]]>674273427436159<![CDATA[A Fully Integrated Maximum Power Tracking Combiner for Energy Harvesting IoT Applications]]>$mu$m complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) technology. Experimental results demonstrate a peak tracking efficiency of 96$%$. The power conversion efficiency has a maximum of 87.2$%$ at 198 $mu$W of output power and 72$%$ at 981 $mu$W.]]>674274427544589<![CDATA[Angular-Misalignment Insensitive Omnidirectional Wireless Power Transfer]]>674275527645864<![CDATA[Implementation of an Optimum Reduced Components Multicell Multilevel Inverter (MC-MLI) for Lower Standing Voltage]]>674276527752960<![CDATA[Sampling-Time Harmonic Control for Cascaded H-Bridge Converters With Thermal Control]]>674277627854565<![CDATA[Hierarchical Management Control Based on Equivalent Fitting Circle and Equivalent Energy Consumption Method for Multiple Fuel Cells Hybrid Power System]]>674278627978993<![CDATA[Series-Connected-Based Offshore Wind Farms With Full-Bridge Modular Multilevel Converter as Grid- and Generator-side Converters]]>674279828097693<![CDATA[Circulating Current Analysis and the Improved D–Σ Digital Control Strategy for Multiparalleled Three-Level T-Type Grid-Connected Inverters]]>674281028215897<![CDATA[Elimination of Photovoltaic Mismatching With Improved Submodule Differential Power Processing]]>674282228334551<![CDATA[Comparative Analysis of an MV Neutral Point Clamped AC-CHB Converter With DC Fault Ride-Through Capability]]>674283428432370<![CDATA[Novel Anonymous Key Establishment Protocol for Isolated Smart Meters]]>674284428511845<![CDATA[Fast Phase Angle Jump Estimation to Improve the Convergence Time of the GDSC-PLL]]>674285228622739<![CDATA[Closed-Loop Control and Boundary for CCM and DCM of Nonisolated Inverting <italic>N</italic>× Multilevel Boost Converter for High-Voltage Step-Up Applications]]>N× multilevel boost converter (MBC) are articulated. Inverting N× MBC combines the features of classical boost converter and voltage multiplier to attain inverting N times higher voltage. Consequently, the inverting N× MBC provides a viable solution for high-voltage step-up photovoltaic applications with low voltage rating reactive components and semiconductor devices. The control strategy with saturation limiter is employed to achieve highly stable voltage. The modes of operation, benefits of inverting N× MBC, and key factors for the selection of semiconductor devices and sizing of the reactive components are discussed. Additionally, the effects of reactive components and semiconductor devices on the output voltage are examined. Experimental results of the developed circuit are presented to validate the design of converter, and effectiveness and robustness of the implemented control algorithm for different input and output side perturbations.]]>674286328746317<![CDATA[Model-Based Fault Tolerant Control for the Thermal Management of PEMFC Systems]]>674287528843260<![CDATA[Spatial Correlation-Based Incremental Learning for Spatiotemporal Modeling of Battery Thermal Process]]>674288528932285<![CDATA[A Cooperative Adaptive Droop Based Energy Management and Optimal Voltage Regulation Scheme for DC Microgrids]]>674289429042895<![CDATA[Single-Phase Dual-Mode Interleaved Multilevel Inverter for PV Applications]]>674290529156045<![CDATA[Nanorobotic Manipulation System for 360<inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$^{circ }$</tex-math></inline-formula> Characterization Atomic Force Microscopy]]>$^{circ }$ characterization still remains a challenge for AFM. Taking advantage of a nanorobotic manipulation system (NMS), 360$^{circ }$ mapping and 3-D reconstruction of topography and nanomechanical properties are presented in this paper. Compared with recent advances of AFM mapping techniques, our proposed method is able to realize effective, large area characterization and integral results can be directly perceived through 3-D reconstruction. In this paper, a six degrees-of-freedom NMS assembled inside AFM and task specification are first proposed. Second, home positioning method for effective specimen rotation scanning is introduced. Third, 3-D reconstruction methods for the topography and nanomechanical properties of the specimen are presented. After that, 360$^{circ }$ characterization of three different types of specimens, human hair (anisotropic biological material), trapezoidal cantilever, and conical micropipette (isotropic inorganic material) are adopted to demonstrate the feasibility and practicability of our proposed system. Finally, the 3-D reconstruction results of selected specimens are analyzed. This paper fills the blank of current AFM topography and nanomechanical characterization methodologies, which is expected to give a long-term impact in the fundamental nanomaterial research and practical micro/nano characterization.]]>674291629243352<![CDATA[Optimization of Stiffness to Achieve Increased Bandwidth and Torque Resolution in Nonlinear Stiffness Actuators]]>674292529353765<![CDATA[Adaptive Time-Delay Balance Control of Biped Robots]]>674293629443564<![CDATA[Gliding Motion Regulation of a Robotic Dolphin Based on a Controllable Fluke]]>674294529531805<![CDATA[Analysis of Zeroth-Mode Slot Frequency Vibration of Integer Slot Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motors]]>674295429644812<![CDATA[Analytical Prediction and Multiconstrained Nonlinear Optimization of Slotted Linear PM Motors Taking Into Account Two-Dimensional End Effects]]>674296529763587<![CDATA[Effects of Magnet Shape on Torque Capability of Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Machine for Servo Applications]]>674297729907065<![CDATA[A Novel Electro Hydrostatic Actuator System With Energy Recovery Module for More Electric Aircraft]]>674299129996294<![CDATA[Stochastic Consensus Control Integrated With Performance Improvement: A Consensus Region-Based Approach]]>$mathcal {H}_{infty }$ ($mathcal {H}_2$) stochastic consensus region integrated with transient performance is defined to measure the robustness of the proposed controllers with respect to the communication topologies. This paper theoretically shows that these controllers yield unbounded consensus region, which implies that they are well-designed. Furthermore, these controllers can improve the $mathcal {H}_{infty }$, $mathcal {H}_2$ consensus, and transient performances of agents subject to external and initial-state disturbances. At the end of this paper, numerical simulations and experiments are performed to verify the theoretical results.]]>674300030122380<![CDATA[Disturbance Rejection and Control System Design Using Improved Equivalent Input Disturbance Approach]]>674301330231752<![CDATA[Adaptive Internal Model-Based Harmonic Control for Active Torsional Vibration Reduction]]>674302430322553<![CDATA[Energy-Efficient Supplemental LED Lighting Control for a Proof-of-Concept Greenhouse System]]>674303330423145<![CDATA[Distributed Voltage Restoration and Current Sharing Control in Islanded DC Microgrid Systems Without Continuous Communication]]>674304330534487<![CDATA[Event-Triggered Decentralized Tracking Control of Modular Reconfigurable Robots Through Adaptive Dynamic Programming]]>674305430641124<![CDATA[Fault-Estimation-Based Output-Feedback Adaptive FTC for Uncertain Nonlinear Systems With Actuator Faults]]>674306530752222<![CDATA[An Adaptive Gain Dynamics for Time Delay Control Improves Accuracy and Robustness to Significant Payload Changes for Robots]]>674307630854840<![CDATA[Human-Cooperative Control of a Wearable Walking Exoskeleton for Enhancing Climbing Stair Activities]]>674308630952534<![CDATA[Robust Vision-Based Tube Model Predictive Control of Multiple Mobile Robots for Leader–Follower Formation]]>674309631061818<![CDATA[Adaptive Fault-Tolerant Constrained Control of Cooperative Spacecraft Rendezvous and Docking]]>674310731151342<![CDATA[Synthesis of ILC–MPC Controller With Data-Driven Approach for Constrained Batch Processes]]>674311631251270<![CDATA[Real-Time Energy Management of the Electric Turbocharger Based on Explicit Model Predictive Control]]>674312631374200<![CDATA[Force Sensorless Admittance Control With Neural Learning for Robots With Actuator Saturation]]>674313831482283<![CDATA[Extended Signal-Correction Observer and Application to Aircraft Navigation]]>674314931563579<![CDATA[State-Trajectory Control With Single-Cycle Response for Point-of-Load Converters]]>674315731663155<![CDATA[Min-Type Control Strategy of a DC–DC Synchronous Boost Converter]]>674316731794342<![CDATA[<inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$H_infty$</tex-math></inline-formula> Refined Antidisturbance Control of Switched LPV Systems With Application to Aero-Engine]]>$H_infty$ refined antidisturbance control problem of switched linear parameter-varying systems. The $H_infty$ refined antidisturbance means the disturbance appearing in the control channel can be accurately compensated by means of the estimation of the disturbance and the energy bounded external disturbance can be restrained. A key point is to set up a PMDLF framework that provides an effective tool for attenuating the energy bounded disturbances and rejecting the disturbances generated by the exosystem accurately. A parameter-driven and dwell time-dependent switching law is designed, and a solvability condition ensuring the $H_infty$ refined antidisturbance performance is developed. Then, the $H_infty$ refined antidisturbance switched parameter-dependent disturbance observers and the disturbance observer-based refined controllers are established to achieve required disturbance attenuation and rejection. Finally, an example of an aero-engine control system is given to verify the availability of the acquired approaches.]]>67431803190700<![CDATA[A Tuning Method of Active Disturbance Rejection Control for a Class of High-Order Processes]]>K/(Ts + 1)^{n}-type high-order processes. An asymptote in the Nyquist curve has been observed for the first time and its mathematical expression has been deduced. An asymptote condition is provided in order to derive a parameter tuning rule under the sensitivity constraint. Although this proposed tuning rule is originally designed for a certain type of high-order processes, it can be extended to other types processes that can be approximated into the form of K/(Ts + 1)^{n}. Comparisons with different PID control strategies have been conducted for a range of cases to demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed tuning method. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed tuning rule is experimentally verified on water tank system that exhibits high-order dynamics. Field tests on the superheater steam temperature control of a circulating fluidized bed power plant further demonstrate its potential for applications in complex industrial processes.]]>674319132012850<![CDATA[Prognostics for Linear Stochastic Degrading Systems With Survival Measurements]]>674320232151934<![CDATA[Data-Driven Fault Diagnosis Method Based on Compressed Sensing and Improved Multiscale Network]]>674321632254903<![CDATA[Fast Self-Alignment Technology for Hybrid Inertial Navigation Systems Based on a New Two-Position Analytic Method]]>674322632352136<![CDATA[Disposable FBG-Based Tridirectional Force/Torque Sensor for Aspiration Instruments in Neurosurgery]]>z) and torques (M_{x} and M_{y}). Four suspended optical fibers inscribed with an FBG each have been fixed on two ends of the elastomer to simultaneously sense and decouple force/torque-induced diaphragm deformation. The associated sensing theoretical model and force-torque decoupling principle with temperature compensation have been derived. Calibration experiments demonstrate a high resolution of 8.8 mN within the range of 0–2 N for the axial force detection. Dynamic performances of the designed sensor have been evaluated in comparison with the commercial force sensor. The average relative errors of force/torque components are less than 4.4% of full-scale range. The maximum temperature drift-caused errors of the force/torque components within the range of 30 °C–45 °C are –0.1340 N, 0.0084 N·mm, and 0.0300 N·mm, respectively. In vivo experiments on a cadaver head have been performed to further validate the feasibility and effectiveness of the designed sensor for real-time monitoring of the interaction force.]]>674323632475693<![CDATA[CCD Optical Tomography System to Detect Solid Contamination in Crystal-Clear Water]]>674324832565946<![CDATA[Drive-Current-Free Switch With Internal Transduction in a Magneto Piezo-Electronic Transistor]]>674325732662769<![CDATA[Adaptive Self-Configurable Rectifier for Extended Operating Range of Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting]]>674326732762327<![CDATA[A Novel Application of Deep Belief Networks in Learning Partial Discharge Patterns for Classifying Corona, Surface, and Internal Discharges]]>674327732874208<![CDATA[Visual Tracking via Auto-Encoder Pair Correlation Filter]]>674328832973168<![CDATA[Analysis and Computational Methods for a Reader Solenoid Coil Used in Industrial Environments]]>674329833061726<![CDATA[Design and Implementation of Four-Switch Current Sensorless Control for Three-Phase PFC Converter]]>674330733122215<![CDATA[IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Information]]>674C3C354<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics Information for Authors]]>674C4C462