Applications of Various Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controllers in Induction Motor Drives

Ali Saghafinia, PhD, MSc
Electrical Engineering Department, Majlesi Branch, Islamic Azad University, Esfahan, Iran

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The book Applications of Various Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controllers in Induction Motor Drives contains publications on various fuzzy sliding mode speed controllers (FSMCs) based on the boundary layer approaches in the area of an indirect field-oriented control (IFOC) for Induction Motor (IM) drive, which include development and implementation FSMCs and relatedfields. The publications within Application of Various Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controllers in Induction Motor Drive cover significant and recent developments of both foundational and applicable character in the field. With the exception of some basic notions in sliding mode control (SMC), field-oriented control (FOC), and fuzzy theory, the book is completely self-contained. Important concepts in FSMCs and its use in high performance IM are carefully motivated and introduced. Specifically, the authors have excluded any technical material that does not contribute directly to the understanding of SMC, FOC or fuzzy theory. Many other excellent textbooks are available today that discuss fuzzy, FOC and SMC in much more technical detail than that which is provided here.

This book is aimed at upper level undergraduate students as well as beginning graduate students who want to learn more about FSMCs in high performance IM drive, or who are pursuing research in FSMC and related areas. An important feature of the book is its short publication time and worldwide distribution. This permits a rapid and broad dissemination of research results. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Literature Review

Chapter 3. Novel Fuzzy Sliding-Mode Control for Chattering-Free and Robust Induction Motor Drive

Chapter 4. Novel Boundary Layer Fuzzy Control into Chattering-Free and Robust Induction Motor Drive

Chapter 5. Teaching of Simulation an Adjustable Speed Drive of High Performance Induction Motor Using Matlab/Simulink

Chapter 6. Real-Time Implementaion of High Performance Induction Motor Drive Using Digital Signal Processor Board TI TMS320F28335

Chapter 7. Conclusion and Suggestaion for Future Work

Appendices

Index

Chapter 1

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