Active Disturbance Rejection Control of a Five-Phase PMSM with Parameters Variation
This paper deals with the Active Disturbance Rejection Control (ADRC) of a five-phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSMs) to overcome both of sensibility and limited performances of traditional control strategies against parameters variation and environmental disturbances. The proposed control strategy is based on the Extended State Observer (ESO) which is used mainly for estimation and compensation of internal and external perturbations caused by load torque, parameters variation and uncertainties. Then, the estimated total disturbance are compensated in a feed-forward way. According to this information, the ADRC guarantees steady performances, perfects dynamic of the PMSM and improves the disturbance rejection ability. Simulation results highlight the robustness of the suggested control technique and its ability to achieve a good performance under unfavourable conditions.
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