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Adaptive Nonsingular Finite-Time Terminal Sliding Mode Control for Synchronous Reluctance Motor
Affected by the magnetic saturation effect and unmodeled dynamics, the parameters of the synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM) are highly nonlinear and time-varying. The resulting unreasonable current loop reference command severely restricts the maximum efficiency and high control performance of SynRM. Therefore, an adaptive non-singular terminal sliding mode control scheme for SynRM drive system is proposed to improve the dynamic performance and robustness. Firstly, an analytical model of fluxdoi:10.1109/access.2021.3068745 fatcat:hsscfo5fyjchpmq4x5nwojoq3e