Fast Response Three Phase Induction Motor Using Indirect Field Oriented Control (IFOC) Based On Fuzzy-Backstepping

Rizana Fauzi, Dedid Cahya Happyanto, Indra Adji Sulistijono
2015 Emitter: International Journal of Engineering Technology  
Induction Motor in Electrical drive system at a accelleration speed for example in electric cars have a hard speed setting is set on a wide range, causing an inconvenience for motorists and a fast response is required any change of speed. It is necessary for good system performance in control motor speed and torque at low speed or fast speed response, which is operated by Indirect Field Oriented Control (IFOC). Speed control on IFOC methods should be better to improving the performance of rapid
more » ... response in the induction motor. In this paper presented a method of incorporation of Fuzzy Logic Controller and Backstepping (Fuzzy-Backstepping) to improve the dynamically response speed and torque in Induction Motor on electric car, so we get smoothness at any speed change and braking as well as maximum torque of induction motor. Test results showed that Fuzzy-Backstepping can increase the response to changes speed in electric car. System testing is done with variations of the reference point setting speed control system, the simulation results of the research showed that the IFOC method is not perfect in terms of induction motor speed regulation if it's not use speed control. Fuzzy-Backstepping control is needed which can improve the response of output, so that the induction motor has a good performance, small oscillations when start working up to speed reference.Keywords: Fuzzy-Backstepping, IFOC, induction motor
doi:10.24003/emitter.v3i1.36 fatcat:tpeprjd2wnabfaq6cszippqfsq