Wang M.,Harbin Institute of Technology |
Li L.,Harbin Institute of Technology |
Pan D.,Harbin Institute of Technology |
Tang Y.,Institute of Automatic Control Equipment of Beijing |
Guo Q.,Harbin Institute of Technology
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics | Year: 2016
This paper presents a high-performance current controller for the permanent-magnet linear synchronous motor considering the bandwidth and disturbances caused by the parameter variation and thrust ripple. First, an improved predictive current control (PCC) scheme based on the discretized model is proposed to increase the current control bandwidth. Besides the time-delay issue, it is noteworthy that the parameter variation in the PCC method can degrade the steady-state response. Through utilizing the information of first two sampling periods, the proposed PCC strategy can overcome such two issues at the same time. Second, a new discrete-time linearization observer is designed to estimate the thrust ripple. Then, the ripple can be suppressed by injecting the estimated value into the control system. Meanwhile, the stability analysis is given by the Lyapunov stability theory. A precise test platform based on the aerostatic guideway is established, and experimental results are shown to demonstrate the effectiveness and correctness of the proposed scheme. © 2015 IEEE.