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A Robust Speed Controller Design for PMSM Using PI^λD^μ Controllers

This study proposes the design of Fractional-Order Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PI$^{\lambda}$D$^{\mu}$) controllers for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSMs). PMSMs are essential in high-precision industrial applications due to their high efficiency and outstanding speed regulation. Controllers, unlike conventional PID controllers, use fractional calculus to provide an extra degree of flexibility, allowing the system to change and diversify over a wide range of operating states. By performing a series of simulations, we analyze the performance metrics of controllers and compare it with integer-order PID controllers. Our main focus is on the evaluation of speed control response time, overshoot, and steady state error. The results show that the PI$^{\lambda}$D$^{\mu}$ controller effectively improves the dynamic and static performance of PMSM without loss of stability. As a result, the design methodology from simulations and comparative statistics confirm that PI$^{\lambda}$D$^{\mu}$ controllers have the potential to be superior in maintaining precise control over integer-order PIDs in complex electromechanical systems.

Hakan Ersoy
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey

Berke Akgül
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey

Emin Akpinar
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey

Aslihan Kartci
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey

Umut engin Ayten
Yildiz Technical University
Turkey

 

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