Field-oriented control based on adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system for PMSM dedicated to electric vehicle

Imene Djelamda, Ilhem Bouchareb

Abstract


Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) speed control is generally done using flux-oriented control, which uses conventional proportional-integral (PI) current regulators, but still remain the problem of calculating the coefficients of these regulators, particularly in the case of control hybridization, the development of artificial intelligence has simplified many calculations while giving more accurate, and improved results, this paper presents and compares the performance of the flux oriented control (FOC) of a PMSM powered by pulse width modulation (PWM) using PI regulator, fuzzy logic control (FLC) and adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS), in this work we present another approach of a neuro ANFIS using the hybrid combination of fuzzy logic and neural networks. This ANFIS is a very powerful tool and can be applied to various engineering problems. To make up for the deficiency of fuzzy logic controller. To understand the performance, characteristics, and influence of each controller on the system response, we use MATLAB/Simulink to model a PMSM (0.5 kW) powered by a three-phase inverter and controlled by the FOC, FOC-FLC, and FOC-ANFIS.

Keywords


Adaptive neuro-fuzzy; Electric vehicle; Field oriented control; Fuzzy logic controller; Inference system; Permanent magnet synchronous motor

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i4.3818

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