Three Phase Induction Motor Drive Using Hybrid Fuzzy PI Controller based on Field Oriented Control

Boonruang Wangsilabatra, Satean Tunyasrirut, Wachirapond Permpoonsinsup
2018 International Journal of Image Graphics and Signal Processing  
The objective of this paper is to present the three phase induction motor drive using the cooperation of fuzzy logic controller and proportional plus integral (PI) controller as a hybrid run on field oriented control (FOC) for improving the performance of rotor speed. The system is fed to a three phase induction motor by voltage source inverter that is used space vector modulation (SVM) technique. This system is implemented with the control system on dSPACE programming which is supported by
more » ... AB/Simulink through a dSPACE -ds1140 interfacing module. In the implementation, the conventional PI controllers are replaced by hybrid fuzzy PI controllers of both an outer speed control loop and two inner currents control loops that are controlled stator flux and rotor torque of the induction motor. The experimental results are compared with conventional PI controllers. As a result, the performance of design model by hybrid fuzzy PI controller is better than the conventional PI controllers.
doi:10.5815/ijigsp.2018.01.01 fatcat:nnne7h5jrne7toy6y3h3w7hn7i