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Anti-windup Schemes for Proportional Integral and Proportional Resonant Controller

  title={Anti-windup Schemes for Proportional Integral and Proportional Resonant Controller},
  author={Anirban Ghoshal and Vinod John},
Problems like windup or rollover arise in a PI controller working under saturation. Hence anti-windup schemes are necessary to minimize performance degradation.Similar situation may occur in a Proportional Resonant(PR)controller in the presence of a sustained error input.Several methods can be employed based on existing knowledge on PI controller to counter this problem.In this paper few such schemes are proposed and implemented in FPGA and MATLAB and from the obtained results their possible… 
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