Hybrid Sliding Mode Based Simplified NFC for Fuel Cell-Powered Linearized IM Drive
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This paper discusses the design of a fuel cell system operated hybrid sliding mode based simplified neuro-fuzzy control (NFC) for feedback linearized induction motor (IM) drive. The proposed sliding mode simplified NFC (SMSNFC) with intuitive feedback linearization (FBL) extensively reduces torque ripple and gives optimal performance. This proposed technique has also the high computational efficiency over conventional SMNFC and thus can easily be applied for industrial applications. A fuel cell followed by a boost regulator is treated as an external source during power failure and maintain the supply to IM drive to improve the efficiency of the system. Extensive simulation results with its analysis are investigated and it is observed that the system is robust and gives an enhanced performance.
KeywordsFeedback linearization (FBL) Fuel cell Induction motor (IM) Sliding mode simplified neuro-fuzzy control (SMSNFC)
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