A Robust Differential Flatness-Based Tracking Control for the 'MIMO DC/DC Boost Converter-Inverter-DC Motor' System

Experimental Results

Jose Rafael Garcia-Sanchez, Eduardo Hernandez-Marquez, Jesus Ramirez-Morales, Magdalena Marciano-Melchor, Mariana Marcelino-Aranda, Hind Taud, Ramon Silva-Ortigoza

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Abstract

By designing a robust control, for the first time in literature, the tracking task associated with the MIMO DC/DC Boost converter-inverter-DC motor system is solved. Such robustness is achieved through the exploitation of the differential flatness property related to the system and by a suitable design of auxiliary controls. With the aim of verifying the performance of the robust control, a platform of the system along with MATLAB-Simulink and a DS1104 board are used. The experimental results show the good performance of the system in closed-loop even when electrical abrupt changes are considered in some parameters of the Boost converter and when a mechanical load perturbation is applied.

Original languageEnglish
Article number8740891
Pages (from-to)84497-84505
Number of pages9
JournalIEEE Access
Volume7
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2019

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Keywords

  • DC motor
  • DC/DC Boost converter
  • differential flatness
  • inverter
  • MIMO systems
  • Motor drives
  • power converters
  • trajectory tracking task

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