A Quasi-Sliding Mode Approach for Robust Control and Speed Estimation of PM Synchronous Motors

@article{Corradini2012AQM,
  title={A Quasi-Sliding Mode Approach for Robust Control and Speed Estimation of PM Synchronous Motors},
  author={Maria Letizia Corradini and Gianluca Ippoliti and Sauro Longhi and Giuseppe Orlando},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2012},
  volume={59},
  pages={1096-1104}
}
This paper presents a discrete-time variable-structure-based control and a speed estimator designed for a permanent-magnet synchronous motor (PMSM). A cascade control scheme is proposed which provides accurate speed tracking performance. In this control scheme the speed estimator is a robust digital differentiator that provides the first derivative of the encoder position measurement. The analysis of the control stability is given and the ultimate boundedness of the speed tracking error is… CONTINUE READING

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