Investigation of Different Rules Size FLSC Performance Applied to Induction Motor Drive
Keywords:Induction Motor, FLC, Speed Drive, Fuzzy Rules,
AbstractFuzzy Logic Controller (FLC) has been widely used in speed controller due to its superior performance results. It is suitable when the system is difficult to model mathematically due to its nonlinearity and complexity. There are three common number of rules design which are commonly used in FLSC known as 49, 25 and 9 rules. However, the majority of the previous research report mainly focused on the dedicated rules size design either 49, 25 or 9 rules for the optimum performance. There is lack of performance comparison between 49, 25 and 9 rules size. Thus, it is difficult to understand how the rules size affects the motor performance. This research tries to fill up the gap by comparing the controller performance using the same platform. The fuzzy logic speed controllers (FLSC) with a different type of rules base are applied to the induction motor drive system. The FLSC with 49, 25 and 9 rules are investigated through MATLAB/SIMULINK and performance comparisons are made covering a wide speed range operations and load disturbance. The simulation results are evaluated based on the rise time (Tr), overshoot (OS), settling time (Ts), Integral Absolute Error (IAE) and Integral Time Absolute Error (ITAE) for transient and steady state condition. It is shown that the smaller size of rules does not necessarily degrade the performance.
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