Application of many optimizing liaisons technique for speed control with torque ripple minimization of switched reluctance motor

  • Nutan Saha
  • Sidhartha Panda
Keywords: Switch reluctance motor (SRM); Proportional integral (PI) controller; Torque ripple; Many optimizing liaison (MOL); Gravitational search algorithm (GSA)

Abstract

A comparison in the performance of Many Optimizing Liaisons (MOL) and Gravitational Search Algorithm (GSA) techniques are utilised in the present work for speed control with torque ripple minimization of Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM). The control mechanism consists of  two control loop (PI controller) and  turn on/ turn off angle control of the 75 KW, 4-phase 8/6 SRM. The problem considered here is to obtain the operating parameter of speed controller, current controller and turn on/ turn off angle is regarded as multi objective problem for optimization with the goal of reducing torque ripple and integral square error of speed. The simulation and analysis  is executed in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment. The execution evaluation of MOL and GSA is done by evaluating different statistical parameter. It is noticed that the torque ripple coefficient, ISE of speed & current are significantly reduced by MOL approach.

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Published
2018-11-05
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Saha, N., & Panda, S. (2018, November 5). Application of many optimizing liaisons technique for speed control with torque ripple minimization of switched reluctance motor. ASIAN JOURNAL FOR CONVERGENCE IN TECHNOLOGY (AJCT ) -UGC LISTED, 4(II). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33130/asian%20journals.v4iII.606
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