Volume 10 Issue 2 - April 2018

  • 1. Speed control of bldc motor using pid controller and fuzzy pid controller

    Authors : K Trinadh Babu, Sri Lakshmi Davuluri

    Pages : 294-300

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.102.48

    Keywords : Fuzzy PID controller, BLDC motor drives, Speed Estimation, back-EMF. PID Controller

    Abstract :

    : BLDC motors are extremely well known and are supplanting brush less motors in various applications. Since the BLDC motor does not require commutator and because of its predominant electrical and mechanical attributes and its capacity to work in dangerous conditions it is more dependable than the DC motor. Generally likewise, drive conduct is measured with the assistance of Back Emf detecting. Since the BLDC motor does not require commutator and because of its prevalent electrical and mechanical qualities and its capacity to work in dangerous conditions it is more solid than the DC motor. Customarily, three-stage inverters are for the most part used to control these motors, requiring a rotor position sensor for beginning and for giving the best possible compensation arrangement to stator windings. The impediments of motor control framework are expanded cost and size of the motor, and need extraordinary mechanical plan for mounting the sensors with a specific end goal to control the BLDC motor, a Fuzzy PID controller is planned as the controller of the BLDC motor. The test results check that a Fuzzy PID controller has preferable control execution over the ordinary PID controller. The displaying, control and recreation of the BLDC motor have been done utilizing the product bundle MATLAB/SIMULINK.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    K Trinadh Babu, Sri Lakshmi Davuluri, "Speed control of bldc motor using pid controller and fuzzy pid controller ", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=930&j_id=4508, Volume 10 Issue 2 - April 2018, 294-300, #ijltetorg