Design an Exact Linearization Controller for Permanent Stimulation Synchronous Linear Motor Polysolenoid

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2017 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 4 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Quang H. Nguyen , Nam P. Dao, Hung M. Nguyen , Hien N. Nguyen , Ty T. Nguyen, Chi P. Nguyen
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Quang H. Nguyen , Nam P. Dao, Hung M. Nguyen , Hien N. Nguyen , Ty T. Nguyen, Chi P. Nguyen, "Design an Exact Linearization Controller for Permanent Stimulation Synchronous Linear Motor Polysolenoid," SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 4,  no. 1, pp. 7-13, 2017. Crossref,


Nowadays, linear motions are almost indirectly realized by rotational motors, which cause several inherent weaknesses such as mechanical complication due to intermediate modules, low accuracy and performance because of accumulating errors of all elements in the systems. 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 the exact linearization that enable physical outputs to follow reference inputs. All of currents are mobilized to make the propulsion force of the linear motors even when there is lack of the model’s parameters or under effects of disturbances. The platform of the above control solution depends on the model of objects and the extract linearization. Simulation results plotted by MATLAB – Simulink re-emphasize performance of the proposed control structure.


Exact linearization, Polysolenoid linear motors, SVM, direct channel separation, two-phase inverter.


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