Main Article Content

R. Kalai Selvi
Dr. R Suja Mani Malar

Abstract

- Among the various special machines Switched Reluctance Motor is noted for high speed operation. This feature makes the drive application extent in various fields. Bridgeless Power Factor corrected LUO converter makes it possible to drive the Switched Reluctance Motor with the utility AC supply directly. This makes the machine suitable to be used for various domestic applications. Sliding mode controller is used for improving the speed regulation. The front end bridgeless Luo converter and the two legged drive system can be controlled to achieve the required speed. The duty cycle and modulation index are controlled in different configurations and make the system flexible to meet the various demands with reduced steady state error. The different speed control strategies or Modes are simulated in MATLAB SIMULINK and the performance parameters are compared

Article Details

References

[1] I. Kioskeridis, and C. Mademlis,, Maximum Efficiency in Single-Pulse Controlled Switched Reluctance Motor Drives”, , IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, Vol.20, No. 4, pp. 809-817, 2005.
[2] Silpa N, Chitra J,, An improved LUO converter for High Voltage Applications”, , International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2014.
[3] Virendra kumar Sharma, Bhim singh, S.S. Murthy,”, Performance analysis of Fuzzy Logic Based Speed Controller for Switched Reluctance Motor Drive”,, International Conference on Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems for Industrial Growth, 1996.
[4] Bhim Singh, Vashist Bist, Ambrish Chandra, “ , Power Quality Improvement in PFC Bridgeless-Luo Converter Fed BLDC Motor Drive, IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, 2013.
[5] ] F. L. Luo, Negative output Luo converters: voltage lift technique”, IEE Proc. Electric Power Appl., vol.146, no.2, pp.208-224, Mar 1999
[6] ] B. Williams, “Generation and Analysis of Canonical Switching Cell DC-to-DC Converters, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., 127, No. 4, pp. 253-265, 1980.
[7] Hassan Moghbelli, Gayle E.Adams and Richard G. Hoft, , Performance of a 10-HP switched reluctance motor and comparison with induction motors, IEEE Transactionson industrial applications, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1991.
[8] Nicholas J. Nagel and Robert D. Loranz, , [8] Nicholas J. Nagel and Robert D. Loranz, “Rotating vector method for torque control of switched reluctance motor drive”,, IEEE Transaction of industrial Applications, Vol.36, No. 2, 2000.
[9] P.J. Lawrenson, Design and performance of switched reluctance drives with high performance dc drive characteristics, International Conference Power Conversion andIntell. Motion, pp1-11, 1996.
[10] G.J. Donovari, P.J.Roche, R.C.Kavanagh, M.G.Egan and J.M.D.Murphi, , G.J. Donovari, P.J.Roche, R.C.Kavanagh, M.G.Egan and J.M.D.Murphi, , , on Industrial Electronics, Control and Instrumantation, Vol.2, pp. 1226-1231,1994.
[11] ] J.W.Finch and H.M.B.Metwally, Control aspects of brushless drives using switched reluctance motor”, , 4th International Conference of Power Electronics and Variable-Speed Drives, IEEE Conf. Publication no.324, ,pp237-242, London, UK, 1990.