Real-Time Fuzzy Logic Control of Switched Reluctance Motor

Ali Uysal

Abstract

In this study, 8/6 switched reluctance motor (SRM) is controlled by fuzzy logic. For driving SRM, four phase asymmetric bridge converter is chosen. STM32F4 Discovery processor and MATLAB Simulink software fuzzy logic controller (FLC) are used. SRM’s speed and current are transferred to the computer in real-time. Measured speeds and currents are plotted. It is shown here that, the SRM for different reference speeds and loads is controlled by a STM32F4 Discovery card with MATLAB Simulink FLC.

Keywords

Switched reluctance motor, fuzzy logic, speed control, embedded system, PC-based

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