June 26, 2011
June 26, 2011
June 29, 2011
Energy Conversion and Conservation
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Fuzzy Logic-Based PMDC Motor Controller - an Undergraduate Student ProjectAbstract: Applied control is the second course in the control sequence after the traditionalautomatic control systems course. Interested students take applied control to experience thepractical applications of control theories and to explore the other branches in control systems.Fuzzy logic-based PMDC motor controller is a design project that includes the modeling of themotor and the power processing unit, controller implementation, fuzzy controller tuning, andsimulation. The student completes the project as an independent study under the supervision ofthe faculty. During the project student gains experiences in modeling the physical quantities suchas motor, sensors, and DC-DC converter and represent them using the mathematical equationsand Simulink blocks. Student designs the controller for the systems and includes the fuzzy logic-based auto-tuning for the controller. Simulation results present in this paper compare the fixedparameter based controller performance with the fuzzy logic-based auto tuning controller.
Meah, K., & Nguyen, A. N., & Martin, P., & Vaisakh, K. (2011, June), Fuzzy Logic-Based PMDC Motor Controller: An Undergraduate Student Project Paper presented at 2011 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. https://peer.asee.org/18013
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