Solar Powered Hybrid Multilevel Inverter Fed Induction Motor Using Fuzzy Proportional Integral Speed Controller
AuthorŞenol, Mehmet Akif
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In this paper, speed control of solar powered single phase hybrid multilevel inverter fed induction motor using fuzzy proportional integral controller is proposed. The proposed control system has been developed using MATLAB/SIMULINK. Performance of the proposed controller is tested in reference speed conditions with step change. The parameter analyzed for the proposed controller is steady-state error and settling time. This is compared with the proportional integral controller. Proposed speed controller is tested with two speed region such as low speed region and high speed region. In low speed region, speed command is varied from 40, 60, and 80 rad/s with 0.6 s step time. In high speed region, speed command is varied from 100, 120, and 140 rad/s with 0.6 s step time. Corresponding, performance parameters are measured and analyzed for both regions with proposed controller and proportional integral controller. From the test results, fuzzy proportional integral speed controlled hybrid multilevel inverter fed induction motor outperforms than proportional integral controller. Finally, the results are verified experimentally.
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