MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 25, 20152015 International Conference on Energy, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering (EMME 2015)
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|Published online||06 October 2015|
Switched Reluctance Generator Output Voltage Ripple Reduction Based on Fuzzy Sliding Mode
1 State Grid Liaoyang Electric Power Supply Company, Liaoyang, Liaoning, China
2 Beijing Institute of Mechanical Equipment, Beijing, China
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Aiming at the problem of Switched Reluctance Generator output voltage ripple, this paper designs a fuzzy sliding mode controller based on the analysis of various factors affecting the output voltage ripple. The traditional sliding mode controller has quick convergence, but it has chattering problem. This paper introduces the fuzzy control to select the appropriate sliding mode gain. It can combine with traditional angle control to adjust the output voltage by adjusting the conduction angle. It is more effective in shortening the adjustment time and reducing the overshoot and steady-state of error compared with the classical PID control. Meanwhile, it also solves the chattering problem of traditional sliding mode control. Finally, it makes use of nonlinear model structure to validate that it is effective in restraining voltage ripple and improving the dynamic performance of the system and the voltage quality.
Key words: switched reluctance generator / sliding mode controller / fuzzy control / voltage ripple
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