Comparative Study between Cost Functions of Genetic Algorithm Used in Direct Torque Control of a Doubly Fed Induction Motor

Said Mahfoud, Aziz Derouich, Najib El Ouanjli, Mahmoud A. Mossa, Saad Motahhir, Mohammed El Mahfoud, Ameena Saad Al-Sumaiti

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Abstract

The proportional integral derivative (PID) regulator is the most often utilized controller in the industry due to its benefits. It permits linear systems to operate well, but it causes non-linear behavior when the system is subjected to physical variable circumstances, such as temperature and saturation. A PID controller is insufficient in this case. The proportional integral (PI) controller inside the direct torque control (DTC) regulates the speed of the doubly fed induction motor (DFIM). However, the system consisting of DTC and a DFIM is non-linear due to its multivariable parameters, resulting in undesirable overshoots and torque ripples. As a result, several approaches are used to improve the DTC’s robustness. The integration of optimization methods was discovered. These algorithms are used to provide gains that are near-optimal, bringing the system closer to its ideal state in order to accomplish effective torque and speed control. This article focuses on a comparative study of the different objective functions, in order to have very effective DFIM behaviors, by using a genetic algorithm. Agenetic algorithm (GA) is presented in this study for adjusting the optimal PID parameters in DTC to control the DFIM, utilizing objective functions such as integral square error (ISE), integral time absolute error (ITAE), and integral absolute error (IAE), employed independently and in a weighted combination. This article offers a comparison of several objective functions inside the DTC and DFIM, which will be utilized in future research into another optimization technique for this control type. Matlab/Simulink was used to construct the novel hybrid structure based on the GA-DTC intelligent control. The simulation results demonstrated the efficiency of the GA-DTC intelligent control with a weighted combination, providing acceptable performance with respect to rapidity, precision, and stability, as well as an improvement of 14.53% in the rejection time reduction, fewer torque ripples and flux ripples on the stator and rotor by 27.88%, 15.13%, and 4.375%, respectively, and respective increases of 32.45% and 71% in the THDs of the stator and rotor currents, which are acceptable.

Original languageBritish English
Article number8717
JournalApplied Sciences (Switzerland)
Volume12
Issue number17
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 2022

Keywords

  • DFIM
  • GA-DTC
  • objective functions
  • PID

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