Real Time Implementation of Third Generation CRONE Control Strategy for DC Motor Speed Control System
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This work focuses on real time implementation of third generation CRONE control strategy for the speed control of DC motor. The dynamic second order transfer function model is analytically derived for the speed control system based on real time data. An attempt has been made to compare third generation CRONE controller with Fractional order (FO) PIλ controller. The real time run of both the controller results are recorded and reported in time domain and integral time performance indices. The real time result shows that the third generation CRONE controller may be more effective and gives superior performance over the FO PIλ controller
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