Asynchronous machines are a topic of great interest in the research area of actuators. Due to the complexity of these systems and to the required performance, the modelling and control of asynchronous machines are complex questions. Problems arise when the control goals require accurate descriptions of the electric machine or when we need to identify some electrical parameters; in the models employed it becomes very hard to take into account all the phenomena involved and therefore to make the error amplitude adequately small. Moreover, it is well known that, though an efficient control strategy requires knowledge of the flux vector, direct measurements of this quantity, using ad hoc transducers, does not present a suitable approach, because it results in expensive machines. it is therefore necessary to perform an estimation of this vector, based on adequate dynamic non-linear models. Several different strategies have been proposed in literature to solve the items in a suitable manner. In this paper the authors propose a neutral approach both to derive NARMAX models for asychronous machines and to design non-linear observers: the need to use complex models that may be inefficient for control aims is therefore avoided. The result obtained with the strategy proposed were compared with simulations obtained by considering a classical fifth-order model

Induction Motor Modelling Using Multi-layer Perceptrons

ARENA, Paolo Pietro;FORTUNA, Luigi;GALLO, Antonio;GRAZIANI, Salvatore;G. Muscato
1993

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Asynchronous machines are a topic of great interest in the research area of actuators. Due to the complexity of these systems and to the required performance, the modelling and control of asynchronous machines are complex questions. Problems arise when the control goals require accurate descriptions of the electric machine or when we need to identify some electrical parameters; in the models employed it becomes very hard to take into account all the phenomena involved and therefore to make the error amplitude adequately small. Moreover, it is well known that, though an efficient control strategy requires knowledge of the flux vector, direct measurements of this quantity, using ad hoc transducers, does not present a suitable approach, because it results in expensive machines. it is therefore necessary to perform an estimation of this vector, based on adequate dynamic non-linear models. Several different strategies have been proposed in literature to solve the items in a suitable manner. In this paper the authors propose a neutral approach both to derive NARMAX models for asychronous machines and to design non-linear observers: the need to use complex models that may be inefficient for control aims is therefore avoided. The result obtained with the strategy proposed were compared with simulations obtained by considering a classical fifth-order model
asynchronous machines; neural networks; nonlinear observer
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