An Optimal PID Controller for a Bidirectional Inductive Power Transfer System Using Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm

@article{Neath2014AnOP,
  title={An Optimal PID Controller for a Bidirectional Inductive Power Transfer System Using Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm},
  author={Michael J. Neath and Akshya K. Swain and Udaya K. Madawala and Duleepa J. Thrimawithana},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={1523-1531}
}
Bidirectional inductive power transfer (IPT) systems are suitable for applications that require wireless and two-way power transfer. However, these systems are high-order resonant networks in nature and, hence, design and implementation of an optimum proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller using various conventional methods is an onerous exercise. Further, the design of a PID controller, meeting various and demanding specifications, is a multiobjective problem and direct optimization… CONTINUE READING
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