Controle Preditivo Bilinear Aplicado a Motor de Indução (Bilinear Predictive Controllers Applied in an Induction Motor Machine)

Adjair Ferreira Barros Filho (adjair.filho@ifrn.edu.br)1, Andres Ortiz (andres@dca.ufrn.br)2, Luciano Pereira dos Santos (luciano.junior@ifrn.edu.br)3, Francisco Elvis Carvalho (elvis.carvalho@ifrn.edu.br)3, José Soares Batista Lopes (jose.soares@ifrn.edu.br)3, Werbet Luiz Almeida da Silva (werbethluizz@hotmail.com)2


1Instituto Federal do Rio Grande Norte - IFRN
2Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte-UFRN
3Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Norte-IFRN

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: April 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 4 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
This paper presents a comparative analysis of the dynamic performance between the bilinear predictive controllers, bilinear predictive, linear predictive and a classical PI applied to a nonlinear plant constituted by an induction motor. The modeling of induction motor is performed through the indirect guidance according to the rotor flow. The system consists of an induction motor three-phase of 2.2 kW, 4 poles, 60 Hz with the rotor in cage, driven by a test bench located in the Laboratory of Machine Drive of UFRN. Dynamic results are presented for a variation of ± 5% of the mechanical speed value and for a variation of ± 10% in the value of the load applied to the motor shaft. The results showed that the bilinear predictive controller produced better dynamics and was more representative when compared to the linear, linear predictive and PI controllers.

Index Terms:
Bilinear Predictive Control, Predictive Control, Dynamic Controller Analysis, Induction Motor, Vector Control.   


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