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Tabbache B.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory | Tabbache B.,Polytechnic Military Academy | Kheloui A.,Polytechnic Military Academy | Benbouzid M.E.H.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory | Henini N.,Ecole National Superieure Polytechnique
International Review of Electrical Engineering | Year: 2010

This paper presents the experimental implementation of sensorless direct torque control of an induction motor based electric vehicle. In this case, stator flux and rotational speed estimations are achieved using an extended Kalman filter. Experimental results on a test vehicle propelled by a 1 kW induction motor seem to indicate that the proposed scheme is a good candidate for an electric vehicle control. © 2010 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. Source


Benzineb O.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory | Benzineb O.,Blida University | Taibi F.,Ecole National Superieure Polytechnique | Benbouzid M.E.H.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory | And 2 more authors.
International Review on Modelling and Simulations | Year: 2011

This paper deals with hybrid sliding mode control of multicell power converter. It takes into account the hybrid aspect of the conversion structure which includes the converter continuous and discrete states. The basic idea used in this paper is to consider the interconnected systems that represent the hybrid model and to generate commutation surfaces based on a Lyapunov function that satisfies asymptotic stability. Simulations are carried-out on a two-cells converter to assess the performances and the robustness of the synthesized controller. © 2011 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. - All rights reserved. Source


Benzineb O.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory | Salhi H.,Blida University | Tadjine M.,Ecole National Superieure Polytechnique | Boucherit M.S.,Ecole National Superieure Polytechnique | Benbouzid M.E.H.,CNRS Brest Laboratory of Mechanics and Systems Laboratory
International Review of Electrical Engineering | Year: 2010

This paper presents a robust control design procedure for induction motor drives in case of modeling errors and unknown load torque. The control law is based on the combination of nonlinear PI controllers and a backstepping methodology. More precisely, the controllers are determined by imposing flux-speed tracking in two steps and by using appropriate PI gains that are nonlinear functions of the system state. A comparative study between the proposed PI/Backstepping approach and the feedback linearizing control is made by realistic simulations including load torque changes, parameter variations and measurement noises. Flux-speed tracking results show the proposed method effectiveness in presence of strong disturbances. © 2010 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. - All rights reserved. Source

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