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JPE, Vol. 18, No. 5, September 2018
Design of Active Disturbance Rejection Control for Inductive Power Transfer Systems
Yanan Wang, Lei Dong, Xiaozhong Liao, Xinglong Ju, and Furong Xiao
Area Analysis, Modeling and Control
Abstract The control design of inductive power transfer (IPT) systems has attracted a lot of attention in the field of wireless power transmission. Due to the high-order resonant networks and multiple loads in IPT systems, a simplified model of an IPT system is preferred for analysis and control design, and a controller with strong robustness is required. Hence, an active disturbance rejection control (ADRC) for IPT systems is proposed in this paper. To realize the employment of ADRC, firstly a small-signal model of an LC series-compensative IPT system is derived based on generalized state-space averaging (GSSA), then the ADRC is implemented in the designed IPT system. The ADRC not only provides superior robustness to unknown internal and external disturbances, but also requires few knowledge of the IPT system. Due to the convenient realization of ADRC, the designed IPT system retains its simple structure without any additional circuits. Finally, a frequency domain analysis and experimental results have validated the effectiveness of the employed ADRC, especially its robustness in the presence of frequency drifts and other common disturbances.
Keyword Active disturbance rejection control,Frequency drift,Generalized state-space averaging,Inductive power transfer,Small-signal model
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