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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 4, July 2018
Finite-Time Nonlinear Disturbance Observer Based Discretized Integral Sliding Mode Control for PMSM Drives
Changming Zheng and Jiasheng Zhang
Area Adjustable Speed Drives
Abstract To deal with the operation performance degradation of permanent magnet synchronous machine (PMSM) drives with uncertainties and unmodeled dynamics, this paper presents a finite-time nonlinear disturbance observer (FTNDO) based discretized integral sliding mode (DISM) composite control scheme. Based on the reaching-law approach, a DISM speed controller featuring a superior dynamic quality and global robustness against disturbances is constructed. This controller can avoid the reaching phase and overlarge control action. In addition, a sliding mode differentiator based FTNDO is devised and extended to the discrete-time domain for disturbance estimation. The attractive features of the FTNDO are that it can provide a finite-time converging estimation and alleviate the chattering effect in conventional sliding mode observers, while retaining robustness to parameter variations. By feeding the estimate forward to the pre-stage DISM controller, both disturbances and chattering can be significantly suppressed. Moreover, considering the estimation error of a FTNDO caused by discrete sampling, a stability analysis of the composite controller is discussed. Experimental results validate the superiority of the presented scheme.
Keyword Discrete sliding mode control,Finite-time observer,Permanent-magnet synchronous machine drives
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