Speed Control of DTC based Brushless DC Motor using PI, PID, SMC Controllers

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2015 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 2 Issue 6
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : G.Santosh, M. Ramesh Kumar
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G.Santosh, M. Ramesh Kumar, "Speed Control of DTC based Brushless DC Motor using PI, PID, SMC Controllers" SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 2.6 (2015): 13-19 .

APA Style:

G.Santosh, M. Ramesh Kumar,(2015). Speed Control of DTC based Brushless DC Motor using PI, PID, SMC Controllers". SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 2.6, 13-19.

Abstract:

In this paper a comparative study on speed control of Brushless DC motor is presented. The mathematical model of the DTC based BLDC motor is developed and it is used to examine the performance of the controllers. Initially a PI controller is developed for the speed control of the given BLDC motor. Then the controller is upgraded to PID, and the performance of the BLDC motor is verified. It is difficult to tune the parameters and get satisfied control characteristics by using conventional PI, PID controllers. This paper proposed an improved Sliding Mode Controller (SMC) to control speed of Brushless DC motor. Through extensive simulations it is observed that the performance of SMC is better than PI, PID controllers. The modeling, control and simulation of the BLDC motor have been done using the software package MATLAB/Simulink.

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Key Words:

 

PI, PID and SMC controllers, BLDC motor, DTC, MATLAB/Simulink.