Comparative Analysis between the Rotor Flux Oriented Control and Backstepping Control of a Double Star Induction Machine (DSIM) under Open-Phase Fault

Comparative Analysis between the Rotor Flux Oriented Control and Backstepping Control of a Double Star Induction Machine (DSIM) under Open-Phase Fault

N. Layadi S. Zeghlache T. Benslimane F. Berrabah

Laboratory of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Technology, University Mohamed Boudiaf of M’sila, BP 166, Ichbilia 28000, Algeria

Laboratory of Analysis of Signals and Systems, Department of Electronics, Faculty of Technology, University Mohamed Boudiaf of M’sila, BP 166, Ichbilia 28000, Algeria

Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Technology, University Mohamed Boudiaf of M’sila, BP 166, Ichbilia 28000, Algeria

Corresponding Author Email: 
masterbba2015@gmail.com; zegsam5@gmail.com; bens082002@yahoo.fr; Fouadberrabah1@gmail.com
Page: 
292-311
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.18280/ama_c.720407
Received: 
30 October 2017
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Accepted: 
15 November 2017
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Published: 
31 December 2017
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Abstract: 

This paper proposes a fault tolerant control (FTC) for double star induction machine (DSIM) of 4.5 kW under open-phase fault (OPF) within the first stator. The DSIM is fed by two three-phase voltage source inverters (VSI) using pulse width modulation (PWM) control strategies. This FTC is based on backstepping control (BSC) without needing an additional hardware. The proposed control design is based on Lyapunov stability theory and using an estimator of rotor flux. A comparative study is made between the proposed FTC and rotor field oriented control (RFOC) based on regulators proportional-integral (PI). Simulation results via Matlab/Simulink are presented to compare the performance of the system using these two control scheme. Obtained results show that the backstepping FTC has a fast dynamic, better tracking performance and better robustness against the OPF.

Keywords: 

Double Star Induction Machine, Backstepping Control, Open-Phase Fault, Rotor Field Oriented Control.

1. Introduction
2. DSIM Modeling
3. Rotor Flux Estimator:
4. Rotor Field Oriented Control
5. Simulation of Open-Phase Fault in MATLAB/SIMULINK
6. Backstepping Control Design
7. Simulation Results and Comparisons
8. Conclusion
Appendix
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