A Robust Dynamic Decoupling Control Scheme for PMSM Current Loops Based on Improved Sliding Mode Observer


Vol. 18, No. 6, pp. 1708-1719, Nov. 2018
10.6113/JPE.2018.18.6.1708


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 Abstract

A complete current loop decoupling control strategy based on a sliding mode observer (SMO) is proposed to eliminate the influence of current dynamic coupling and back electromotive force (EMF) in the vector control of permanent magnet synchronous motors. With this strategy, current dynamic decoupling and back EMF compensation can be simultaneously achieved. Unlike conventional methods, the proposed strategy can avoid the disturbances caused by the parametric variations of motor systems and maintain the advantages of proportional integral (PI) controllers, which are robust and easy to operate. An improved SMO, which uses a special PI regulator other than a linear saturation function as the equivalent control law in the boundary layer of a sliding surface, is proposed to eliminate the estimated errors caused by the quasi-sliding mode and obtain a satisfactory decoupling performance. The stability and parameter robustness of the proposed strategy are also analyzed. Physical experimental results are presented to verify the validity of the method.


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[IEEE Style]

H. Shen, X. Luo, G. Liang and A. Shen, "A Robust Dynamic Decoupling Control Scheme for PMSM Current Loops Based on Improved Sliding Mode Observer," Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 1708-1719, 2018. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2018.18.6.1708.

[ACM Style]

Hanlin Shen, Xin Luo, Guilin Liang, and Anwen Shen. 2018. A Robust Dynamic Decoupling Control Scheme for PMSM Current Loops Based on Improved Sliding Mode Observer. Journal of Power Electronics, 18, 6, (2018), 1708-1719. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2018.18.6.1708.