The Brushless DC Motor Adaptive Fuzzy PID Servo Controller Design

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The brushless DC motor (BLDCM) non-linear and the complexity of the working conditions are likely to cause the conventional PID servo control performance is not satisfactory. In order to improve the performance of the BLDCM servo control system and PID parameter tuning efficiency, this paper designs an adaptive fuzzy PID controller. Fuzzy logic PID controller parameters Kp, Ki, Kd are adjusted online real time to achieve the effect of optimal control, the BLDCM speed is as to the control object, and in the Matlab of Simulink toolbox simulation is used to achieve speed closed loop of BLDCM. According to comparative analysis of the conventional PID and adaptive fuzzy PID of Dynamic response curve, adaptive Fuzzy PID quick start for brushless DC motors, anti-disturbance has better control effect.

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Fangyin Cheng and Yan Ma

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838-841

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G. S. Shi et al., "The Brushless DC Motor Adaptive Fuzzy PID Servo Controller Design", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 246-247, pp. 838-841, 2013

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December 2012

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