Flatness Based Control Structure for Polysolenoid Permanent Stimulation Linear Motors

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2016 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 3 Issue 12
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : Quang H. Nguyen, Nam P. Dao, Ty T. Nguyen, Hung M. Nguyen, Hien N. Nguyen, Tan D. Vu
: 10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V3I12P110
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MLA Style:

Quang H. Nguyen, Nam P. Dao, Ty T. Nguyen, Hung M. Nguyen, Hien N. Nguyen, Tan D. Vu, "Flatness Based Control Structure for Polysolenoid Permanent Stimulation Linear Motors" SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3.12 (2016): 29-35.

APA Style:

Quang H. Nguyen, Nam P. Dao, Ty T. Nguyen, Hung M. Nguyen, Hien N. Nguyen, Tan D. Vu,(2016). Flatness Based Control Structure for Polysolenoid Permanent Stimulation Linear Motors SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3(12), 29-35.

Abstract:

 Nowadays, linear motions are almost indirectly realized by rotational motors which cause several inherent weaknesses. Using motors able to create directly linear movements is capable of removing the above limitations. This paper presents a control solution for Polysolenoid permanentstimulation linear motors according to flatness based structure. The system allows output parameters reach reference trajectories and all of currents are mobilized to make the propulsion force of the linear motors even when there is lack of model parameters or effects of disturbances. The fundamental of the mentioned control solution is the model of the object and the flatness based method. Simulation results generated by MATLAB – Simulink re-emphasize performance of the proposed control structure.

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Key Words:

Flatness control, Polysolenoid linear motors, SVM, two-phase inverter, uncertain compensation, parameter estimation.