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Synergetic and Sliding Mode Controls of a PMSM: A Comparative Study

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Abstract

Permanent magnet Synchronous machines (PMSM) provide high efficiency, compact size, robustness, lightweight, and low noise; these features qualify them as the best suitable machine for medical applications. Without forgetting its simple structure, high thrust, ease of maintenance, and controller feedback, make it possible to take the place of steam catapults in the future. This paper presents the synergetic control approach for PMSM. Synergetic control theory is purely analytical and is based on nonlinear models, provide asymptotic stability. This approach allows to reduce the chattering phenomenon. To verify the performance characteristics of this approach, we compare it with sliding mode. Simulation results are presented to show the effectiveness of the proposed control method.

DOI 10.11648/j.jeee.s.2015030101.13
Published in Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Volume 3, Issue 1-1, January 2015)

This article belongs to the Special Issue Sustainable and Renewable Energies and Systems

Page(s) 22-26
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Keywords

PMSM, Synergetic Control, Sliding Mode Control, Asymptotic Stability

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  • Laboratory of Automatic, Department of Electrical Engineering, Ferhat Abbas University Setif-1, Sétif 19000, Algeria

  • Laboratory of Automatic, Department of Electrical Engineering, Ferhat Abbas University Setif-1, Sétif 19000, Algeria

  • Department of Electrical Engineering, Hassiba Benbouali University Chlef, Chlef 02000, Algeria

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