Commande directe du couple appliquée à une machine à reluctance commutée à trois phases

Authors: Fahas, Sofiane
Advisor: Le-Huy, HoangKamwa, Innocent
Abstract: Switched Reluctance (RS) Motors have an intrinsic simplicity and low cost that makethem well suited to many applications. Furthermore, the motors have a high robustness due to the ability to operate with the loss of one or more motor phases and are thus well suited to operate in harsh industrial environments. However, the motor has many drawbacks due to the motor’s doubly salient structure as well as highly non-linear torque output and magnetization characteristics. The double salient structure leads to the inability to excite the motor using conventional ac motor rotating field theory to the motor. Furthermore, due to the motor’s non-linear torque output characteristics, a hightorque ripple is inherent in the motor unless a torque ripple reduction strategy is employed. to overcome the non-linearity of the output torque and reduce torque ripple,several techniques have been developed. Direct torque control (DTC) is an excellent technique which has had good results for this type of motor. our work, is a contribution to the improvement of the DTC by the substitution of the hysteresis regulators by thoseusing artificial intelligence techniques (fuzzy logic, neural networks and neuro-fuzzy), with a more pronounced concentration in our study for fuzzy logic regulation technique with Takagi-Sugeno structure. Finally, we used the adaptive control to vary the fuzzy regulator parameters in real time during parametric disturbance of the SRM and especially during stator resistance variation. The control law and the adaptive law developed guarantee the delimitation of all the signals in the closed-loop system and the controller design is made according to Lyapunov's synthesis
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2021
Open Access Date: 24 May 2021
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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