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Comparison of fuzzy and MPC based buck converter

01 Dec 2014-pp 1-6
TL;DR: In this article, the authors presented the design and construction of a Model Predictive Controller (MPC) for a Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) based buck converter, working in Continuous Conduction Mode (CCM).
Abstract: This article presents the design and construction of Model Predictive Controller (MPC) for a Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) based buck converter, working in Continuous Conduction Mode (CCM). The converter operates at a switching frequency of 100 KHz. The buck converter is mathematically modeled and implemented in matlab simulink The open loop response of the buck converter is used to obtain the transfer function (second order) of the model, which in turn is used to design the MPC controller. This MPC is used to control the output voltage of the buck converter and it has been found that the output voltage is maintained constant accurately for dynamic load, and the peak overshoot is reduced drastically. The output voltage obtained with MPC controller is then compared with the output voltage obtained from fuzzy based buck converter and it has been observed that the MPC gives better output than the fuzzy controller.
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TL;DR: In this paper, a DC-DC boost converter is controlled using switching function extraction method based on Lyapunov stability theorem, which makes the converter system remain stable in all operational conditions.
Abstract: Objectives: To design a control system for DC-DC boost converter based on lyapunov stability theorem that fulfills all control purposes. Methods/Statistical Analysis: A DC-DC boost converter is controlled using switching function extraction method based on lyapunov stability theorem. Switching function extraction is a proper method to control switching devices such as DC-DC converters. At first state-equations of the system are obtained from large signal averaged model of the system. After that, fundamentals of lyapunov theorem are applied to state equations that lead to the calculation of switching function by which the converter is controlled. Findings: Using the presented method in this paper based on lyapunov theorem makes the converter system remain stable in all operational conditions. Also, it is shown that using proposed system for controlling DC-DC converter; state variable tracks its reference with an acceptable response. The current controller is also compared with conventional PI controller and it is observed that lyapunov based controller operates better in many ways. By using this controller stability of the system is guaranteed and when there is a sudden change in the reference of state variable, the state variable tracks down and corresponds with the new value. Application/Improvements: This controller can be used in all kinds of DC-DC, DC-AC and other kinds of converters. It is also applicable to all switching devices such as switching power sources.

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  • ...Merging Equation (12) and inequality (13): max ( ) || || T X PX P x λ ≤ (14) Multiplying both sides of (21) with max 1 λ − :...

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  • ...min max ( ) || || ( ) || || P x V P x λ λ ≤ ≤ (13) In which λmin and λmax are minimum and maximum eigen values of P matrix respectively....

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  • ...According to (10), (13) and (15), the DC-DC boost converter is globally and uniformly stable if the derivative of function V satisfies following equation:...

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01 Jul 2018
TL;DR: The experimental and simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the presented analysis, design, and implementation of managed DC voltage sources.
Abstract: This paper introduces the reproduction of managed DC voltage sources. The DC source primary supply is a sun based PV demonstrate which creates a flimsy yield voltage. The model is done with the end goal that the info parameters are the light and the temperature and the yield is the unsteady voltage. The yield current is an imperative parameter to accomplish exact yield voltage, that current is estimated and encouraged to the contribution of the model to be utilized for condition assessment. Voltage direction i.e regulation is expected to make the created voltage usable. A straightforward buck converter with PID controller used to manage the yield voltage. SIMULINK is utilized to mimic the general framework. Reenactment result is given to confirm the operation of the model. The experimental and simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the presented analysis, design, and implementation

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  • ...PV cell comprises of a present source subject to light(Irradiation) temperature, a diode that behaviours turn or reverses around immersion present, forward arrangement protection of the cell [5-6]....

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TL;DR: A simple classification of the most important types of predictive control is introduced, and each one of them is explained including some application examples.
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08 Oct 1995
TL;DR: In this paper, a comparative evaluation of the proportional-integral, sliding mode and fuzzy logic controllers for applications to power converters is presented, and the mismatch between the characteristics which lead to varying performance is outlined.
Abstract: This paper presents a comparative evaluation of the proportional-integral, sliding mode and fuzzy logic controllers for applications to power converters. The mismatch between the characteristics which lead to varying performance is outlined. This paper also demonstrates certain similarities of both the fuzzy logic controller and sliding mode controller. Sensitivity of these controllers to supply voltage disturbances and load disturbances is studied and results are presented.

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