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Hybrid Flatness-Based Control of Dual Star Induction Machine Drive System for More Electrical Aircraft


This paper develops a precise method control system for tracking control of a power drive system based on a multi-phase machine under motor parameter and load torque variations. By adding a simple feedforward term based on the flatness theory, a conventional flux oriented control (FOC) can be enforced to have a perfect tracking performance under model parameter and load torque variations. Hence, a hybrid flatness-based control (HFBC) technique is applied to the control of a dual star induction machine (DSIM) and compared to a classical vector control strategy regarding tracking behaviour, robustness, and perturbations rejection. Finally, the simulation and experimental results are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed HFBC under uncertainties such as motor parameter and load torque variations. Furthermore, an enhancement of the drive system’s control performances is demonstrated by the improvement of the technique of separation of the objectives of tracking and disturbance rejection. The simulation and experimental results are presented, demonstrating the superiority of the HFBC.

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Computer Sciences, Artificial Intelligence, Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics