Sliding Mode Speed Control for Induction Motor Drives with State-Dependent Gain Method

Sulaiman, Marizan and Ibrahim, Zulkifilie and Patakor, Fizatul Aini (2013) Sliding Mode Speed Control for Induction Motor Drives with State-Dependent Gain Method. International Review of Electrical Engineering (IREE), 8 (5). pp. 1446-1453. ISSN 1827- 6660


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The main obstacle of conventional sliding mode control is caused by discontinuous function of high control activity which is known as chattering phenomenon. In this research, the chattering phenomenon is significantly reduced by a newly developed algorithm. A fast sigmoid function with varying boundary layer algorithm is designed as a state-dependent to replace the discontinuous function in conventional sliding mode control. It is known that the switching gain of sliding mode control is proportional to the chattering level, and normally a large switching gain is applied to handle the uncertainties. This research proposes a state-dependent sliding mode control which is the switching gain and boundary layer is proportional to the sigmoid function of the sliding mode controller. As a result, the boundary layer and the switching gain will change depend on uncertainties of the motor drives system. The induction motor is controlled by vector control strategy, using indirect field orientation and Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation technique. Experimental result have proved that the proposed state-dependent sliding mode control able to deal with external load disturbances as well as effectively free from chattering phenomenon compared to conventional sliding mode control. The proposed algorithm and the vector control strategy are developed in digital signal processing board. The results have confirmed that the state-dependent sliding mode control is superior with regard to external load disturbances and variation in the reference speed setting when compared to conventional sliding mode control and fixed boundary layer sliding mode control.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Electrical Engineering > Department of Industrial Power
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2014 03:20
Last Modified: 28 May 2015 04:12
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