A New Anti-Windup PI Controller for Direct Torque Control System

Li Qi Meng, Miao Jing Li


Speed controller in induction motor direct torque control (DTC) system usually adopts the traditional PI controller. But the traditional PI controller has characteristic of nonlinear saturation, what will make the control performance of actual system become worse. In order to improve system control performance, this paper adopts a new type Anti-Windup PI controller, This method separately control the integral state by feed backing the output of the integrator to the input port of the integrator according to whether the controller output is saturated or not, which can make the system leaving saturation as soon as possible. As a result, the overshoot and settling time of the system are reduced. Simulation and experimental results show that this method can significantly suppress the integral windup phenomenon as well as reduce the overshoot and shorten the settling time. The new Anti-Windup PI controller has a better performance than the traditional PI controller.


DTC system;Anti-Windup;PI

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v12.i7.pp5268-5274


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