Comparative Analysis between PI and ANN Fed BLDC Motor Drive with Improved Power Quality Features

  • K. Jvs Pavan Kalyan, K. Kavya Sri, B. Ravi Teja, Bulla Vamsi, Dr. P. Hemachandu

Abstract

The BLDC motor has permanent magnets on its rotor and windings on its stator. Permanent magnets produce the rotor flux. The stator windings produce electromagnetic poles that attract the rotor and cause a rotation. The permanent magnets in BLDC motor rotate around an immobile armature, eradicating the challenges with linking current to the movable armature. The electronic controller in the BLDC motors, repeatedly switches the winding phases.The proportional integral controller (PI) is the widely used control system than proportional integral derivative controller (PID). The main necessity for the controller is not only for speed control but also to reduce the error in the difference of actual and reference speed.This article presents a method of speed control of BLDC motor where speed is controlled by changing the DC input voltage of the bridge converter that feeds the motor winding. The control is done by using a PI/ANN based speed controller. The motor is modelled in the MATLAB/Simulink and the speed control is obtained with a PI controller. EMF signals, rotor speed, electromagnetic torque, Hall Effect signals, PWM and EMF signals simulations are obtained. The obtained data is fed into binary artificial neural networks and as a result, the ANN model predicts the corresponding parameters close to the simulation results.

Published
2022-02-21
How to Cite
K. Jvs Pavan Kalyan, K. Kavya Sri, B. Ravi Teja, Bulla Vamsi, Dr. P. Hemachandu. (2022). Comparative Analysis between PI and ANN Fed BLDC Motor Drive with Improved Power Quality Features. Design Engineering, (1), 1971-1977. Retrieved from http://www.thedesignengineering.com/index.php/DE/article/view/9156
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