Wednesday , December 19 2018

Nonlinear Discrete-Time Integral Sliding Mode Control of an
Induction Motor: Real-Time Implementation

Asma CHIHI, Hechmi BEN AZZA, Mohamed JEMLI, Anis SELLAMI
Unit of research C3S, ENSIT, University of Tunis,
5 Av. Taha Hussein, BP 56, Tunis 1008, Tunisia.
asma.chihi@live.fr

ABSTRACT: This paper deals with a new design of discrete-time sliding mode control of an induction motor. Indeed, an integral switching surface is developed to ensure a high quality control with a short settling time and small zero steady state error. Besides, the integral tracking errors action improves the nonlinear system robustness and chattering reduction. Real-time experiments results are carried out using a dSpace system with DS1104 control board based on digital signal processor TMS320F240. To highlight the efficiency and applicability of the presented control scheme, a comparative study with other methods is given.

KEYWORDS: Discrete-Time Integral Sliding Mode Control; Induction Motor; Digital Signal Processor (DSP); Switching Surface.

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Asma CHIHI, Hechmi BEN AZZA, Mohamed JEMLI, Anis SELLAMI, Nonlinear Discrete-Time Integral Sliding Mode Control of an Induction Motor: Real-Time Implementation
, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 26(1), pp. 23-32, 2017. https://doi.org/10.24846/v26i1y201703

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