This paper deals with motion control systems with induction motor, subject to severe requirements on both dynamics and steady-state behavior. The proposed control methodology could be viewed as an advancement of the standard field oriented control. It consists of two control loops, i.e., the rotor flux and the speed control loops, designed using the active disturbance rejection control method, with the aim to cope with both exogenous and endogenous disturbances, which are estimated by means of two linear extended state observers and then compensated. Moreover, with the aim of achieving total robustness, a sliding-mode based component is designed, in order to take into account disturbance estimation errors and uncertainties in the knowledge of the control gains. The effectiveness of this approach is shown by means of numerical simulations, and experiments carried out on a suitably developed test set-up. Finally, experimental comparisons between the proposed robust active disturbance rejection control, and the basic active disturbance rejection control are given.
|Numero di pagine||14|
|Rivista||IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|
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