This paper presents the indirect field vector control of induction motor (IM) which is controlled by an adaptive Proportional-Integral (PI) speed controller. This solution is proposed to handle the induction motor rotor resistance variation problem, which degrades the performance of the speed control. To solve this problem, an adaptive PI controller is designed with gains adaptation based on fuzzy logic in order to improve the performances of electric drive systems towards the parametric variations. The control algorithm is emphasized by simulation tests. Analysis of the obtained results shows the characteristic robustness to disturbances of the load torque and to rotor resistance variation compared to the classical PI control and adaptive control using Model Reference Adaptive System MRAS rotor resistance observer
Induction motor, Adaptive control, Fuzzy logic, PI gains adaptation, Vector control
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Chiheb Ben Regaya, Fethi Farhani, Abderrahmen Zaafouri, Abdelkader Chaari. (2019) Proportional-Integral Field Oriented Control of Induction Motor with Fuzzy Logic Gains adaptation. International Journal of Control Systems and Robotics, 4, 115-123
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