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International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA)

ISSN: 2074-904X (Print), ISSN: 2074-9058 (Online)

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IJISA Vol.9, No.9, Sep. 2017

Design and Implementation of I-PD Controller for DC Motor Speed Control System by Adaptive Tabu Search

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Author(s)

Thanet Ketthong, Satean Tunyasirut, Deacha Puangdownreong

Index Terms

Adaptive Tabu Search;I-PD Controller;DC Motor Speed Control;Metaheuristic Optimization

Abstract

One of the modified versions of the PID controller is the I-PD controller. It was proposed for eliminating the proportional and derivative kick appeared during set point change. In this paper, the optimal I-PD controller design for DC motor speed control system by the adaptive tabu search (ATS), one of the most efficient metaheuristic optimization techniques, is proposed. In a control system, DC motor is the principle and it is widely used because of the power from existing direct-current lighting power distribution systems. It can be controlled over a wide range and a variable supply. In this research, TMS320F28335 DSP microcontroller is implemented for DC motor speed control. This processor consists of the several peripheral circuits for motor drive application such as analog to digital, encoder digital to analog and PWM input/output interface circuits. These interface circuits can be used in both of DC and AC motor controls. For the control algorithm development and the Code Composer Studio (CCS) compiler  can  be  used  together  with  TMS320F28335  DSP in MATLAB/SIMULINK. This proposed method is tested with the  DC motor, 1260, 1400,  1540 rpm and  24 volts, consecutively to verify the performance of the I-PD controller designed for DC motor speed control system using the speed and control signal response to many load disturbances.  The simulation of DC motor is based on MATLAB/SIMULINK. The implementation results are compared with the simulation results. The correlation in the experiment shows that they are high related. In this paper show the effectiveness of the proposed methods and discuss how they could generalize to other systems by the simulation   and experimentation. The results show that the I-PD parameters can be optimized by the ATS. The controlled system with I-PD provides better responses once compared to that with a basic parallel PID controller.

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Thanet Ketthong, Satean Tunyasirut, Deacha Puangdownreong, "Design and Implementation of I-PD Controller for DC Motor Speed Control System by Adaptive Tabu Search", International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), Vol.9, No.9, pp.69-78, 2017. DOI: 10.5815/ijisa.2017.09.08

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