Jose Maria Gonzalez de Durana

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Electromobility lies on the crossroad between mobility and energy systems. The individual heterogeneous behaviours, and especially the spatial distribution and dynamism of the system make it a complex one. In this work, it is proposed an agent-based model to reflect this complexity and create a bottomup model which addresses specifically driving and(More)
An adaptive sliding mode position control for induction motors using field oriented control theory is presented. The proposed sliding-mode control law incorporates an adaptive switching gain to avoid calculating an upper limit of the system uncertainties. The design incorporates a flux estimator that operates on the principle of flux and current observer.(More)
The design of a robust position control scheme for an induction motor drive using the field oriented control theory is proposed. The proposed sliding-mode control law incorporates an adaptive sliding gain in order to adjust the sliding gain to the system uncertainties. Moreover, the sliding gain adaptation avoids having to calculate the upper limit for the(More)
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