E3S Web Conf.
Volume 61, 2018International Conference on Renewable Energy (ICREN 2018)
|Number of page(s)||13|
|Published online||31 October 2018|
Electronic Differential and Neuro-Fuzzy Sliding Mode Control with Extended State Observer for an Electric Vehicle System
1 RCAM Laboratory, University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, 22000, Algeria
2 University of Mascara, 29000, Algeria
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In this paper a neuro-fuzzy-sliding mode control (NFSMC) with extended state observer (ESO) technique; is designed to guarantee the traction of an electric vehicle with two distinct permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM). Each PMSM systems (source-convertermotor) are attached to an electronic differential (ED), in order to adjust the senses of direction of the vehicle, and sustain a stable speed by adapting the difference in velocity of each motor-wheel according to the direction in the case of a turn. Two types of controllers are employed by a hybrid control scheme to assure the control and the performance of the vehicle. This hybrid control scheme guarantees the stability of the vehicle by ED, reduces the chattering phenomena in the PMSM electric motor, and improves the disturbance rejection ability which employs tow types of controllers. The neuro-fuzzy sliding mode control on the direct current loop and ESO controller on the speed loop, and the quadratic current loop; taking into account the dynamic of the vehicle. Simulation runs under Matlab/Simulink to assess the efficiency, and strength of the recommended control method on the closed loop system.
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