This is the second part of a manuscript, divided in two parts, dealing with the application of the input-output Feedback Linearization (FL) control technique to Linear Induction Motors (LIM).The first part has treated the theoretical formulation of the input-output feedback linearization control technique as to be applied to linear induction motors. This second part describes the set of tests, both in numerical simulations and experiments, performed to assess the validity of the control technique. In particular, it addresses the issues of the sensitivity of the FL control versus the LIM electrical parameters’ variations and the improvements achievable by considering the LIM dynamic end effects in the control formulation.The proposed FL technique has been further compared, under the same closed-loop bandwidths of the flux and speed systems, with the industrial standard in terms of high performance control technique: Field Oriented Control (FOC).
|Numero di pagine||9|
|Rivista||Control Engineering Practice|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|
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