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Validation of a Modified Direct-Self-Control Strategy for PMSM in Railway-Traction Applications
Experimental results have demonstrated that the M-DSC control strategy fulfills all the railway-traction requirements: especially its very good dynamic performance, and this control can be a feasible alternative in PMSMs for railway traction applications. Expand
FOC and DTC comparison in PMSM for railway traction application
A detailed comparison between two control strategies, field oriented control (FOC) and direct-torque control (DTC) in permanent-magnet synchronous machines (PMSM) for railway traction applications is presented. Expand
On Fault-Tolerant Control Systems: A Novel Reconfigurable and Adaptive Solution for Industrial Machines
This paper proposes to upgrade Fault-Tolerant Controllers by introducing novel Digital-Twin (DT) models to increase its flexibility and Anti-Windup (AW) techniques to improve their robustness. Expand
Stator current and power factor optimization in an IPMSM for railway traction application
The objective of this paper is to compare two control strategies aimed at optimizing stator current and power factor in the constant torque operation zone on railway traction applications whenExpand
Real-time HiL for Hydraulic Press Control Validation
A case study is presented in which a low-cost, high-fidelity, real-time hydraulic press model is achieved, with a flexible methodology which allows model creation in parallel with the engineering stage, as well as easy model refinement and modification during the entire press lifecycle. Expand
A Methodology for Real-Time HiL Validation of Hydraulic-Press Controllers Based on Novel Modeling Techniques
Novel modelling techniques for industrial CPSs are introduced to help in the evolution from conventional control design to a virtual commissioning process combining software and hardware capabilities. Expand
Fault-Tolerant Control Study and Classification: Case Study of a Hydraulic-Press Model Simulated in Real-Time
A general overview about FTC characteristics are exposed; highlighting the properties a system must ensure to be considered faultless and a research to identify which are the main FTC techniques and a classification based on their characteristics is presented. Expand
Supercapacitor-based Ride-Through System for a 10 kW drive application
The aim of this paper is to present the design and development process of a supercapacitor-based Ride-Through System (RTS) for a variable speed 10 kW drive application. The paper describes the mainExpand
Iterative Learning Control for a Hydraulic Cushion
An Iterative Learning Control algorithm is presented for the force control circuit of a hydraulic cushion, which improves the existing control scheme based on classical PI control and feedback linearization and reduces considerably the settling time and overshoot of the pressure signal. Expand
The Effect of Iterative Learning Control on the Force Control of a Hydraulic Cushion
An iterative learning control (ILC) algorithm is presented for the force control circuit of a hydraulic cushion and presents significant improvements in terms of settling time and overshoot of the pressure signal in the cylinder. Expand