FPGA-based adaptive backstepping sliding-mode control for linear induction motor drive

Faa Jeng Lin, Chin Kai Chang, Po Kai Huang

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Abstract

A field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-based adaptive backstepping sliding-mode controller is proposed to control the mover position of a linear induction motor (LIM) drive to compensate for the uncertainties including the friction force. First, the dynamic model of an indirect field-oriented LIM drive is derived. Next, a backstepping sliding-mode approach is designed to compensate the uncertainties occurring in the motion control system. Moreover, the uncertainties are lumped and the upper bound of the lumped uncertainty is necessary in the design of the backstepping sliding-mode controller. However, the upper bound of the lumped uncertainty is difficult to obtain in advance of practical applications. Therefore, an adaptive law is derived to adapt the value of the lumped uncertainty in real time, and an adaptive backstepping sliding-mode control law is the result. Then, an FPGA chip is adopted to implement the indirect field-oriented mechanism and the developed control algorithms for possible low-cost and high-performance industrial applications. The effectiveness of the proposed control scheme is verified by some experimental results. With the adaptive backstepping sliding-mode controller, the mover position of the FPGA-based LIM drive possesses the advantages of good transient control performance and robustness to uncertainties in the tracking of periodic reference trajectories.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1222-1231
Number of pages10
JournalIEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
Volume22
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 2007

Keywords

  • Adaptive backstepping control
  • Field-programmable gate array (FPGA)
  • Indirect field-oriented control
  • Linear induction motor (LIM)
  • Sliding-mode control

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