Field Oriented Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Using PID Controller
|Puspendu Maji1, Prof. G KPanda2, Prof. P KSaha3
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This project presents the comprehensive performance analysis on the principle of operation, design considerations and control algorithms of the field oriented control (FOC) for a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) drive system and proportional-integral-derivative PID for speed control in closed loop operation. To perform speed control of typical PMSM drives, PID controllers and FOC method are classically used. The Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation is a standard model that provides pulse to the inverter. The orientation of pulse from FOC to PMSM is subjected to monitoring and control, made feasible by PID controllers. It is popularized that control properties of PID controller is far superior in consideration with PI controller. In this paper, the FOC system is enabled with PID replacing PI from standard model. The system was experimented on MATLAB/SIMULINK 2010a and the results with proposed structure outperformed the standard model.