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Parameter Identification of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
Veselý, Ivo ; Bobál, Vladimír (referee) ; Janeček, Eduard (referee) ; Blaha, Petr (advisor)
The purpose of this dissertation is to design identification methods for identifying a permanent magnet synchronous motor. The whole identification and motor control is carried out in d-q coordinates, and the program used for processing and control was the matlab simulink, together with the real time platform DSpace. The work focuses on two main areas of identification, off-line identification and on-line identification. For offline identification the frequency analysis was used with the lock rotor test to get three main parameters. They are the quadrature and direct inductances and stator resistance. In the online mode, the identified parameters were extended to magnet flux _f identified by MRAS method. The remaining parameters were again identified by frequency analysis, which was adapted into online mode, and simultaneously applied to the identification of several part in one time. The next method is Newton method, which is used for estimating stator resistance of the motor, without the need to apply any signal.
Quadratically Optimal Augmented Identification and Filtration
Dokoupil, Jakub ; Bobál, Vladimír (referee) ; Dostál,, Petr (referee) ; Pivoňka, Petr (advisor)
Simultaneous evaluation of the whole set of the model parameters of different orders together with an ability to track unmodeled dynamics are desired features in the tasks of parameter estimation. A technique handling with the factors produced by an augmented covariance (ACM) or information (AIM) matrices is considered to be an appropriate tool for designing multiple model estimation. This is where the name augmented identification (AI) by using the least-squares method was taken. The method AI attains numerical stability of the calculation of the conventional least squares method while in the same time, fully extracts information contained in the observation. In order to track time varying parameters can be found that all the information pertinent to recursive identification and thus to data driven forgetting is concentrated in ACM as well as in AIM. In this thesis will be introduced how to selective forgetting to ACM should be applied in an effective way. It means forget only a portion of accumulated information which will be further modified by the newest data included in the regressor. In the estimation problems the knowledge of the inner states of the identified system is often required. Because the augmented identification belongs within the class so called prediction error method (PEM), some rational requirements can be deduced. As a result, state filter should constitute optimization procedure minimizing the predicted error of given state space model representation with respect to the vector of states. The proposed scheme will considerably extend the family of algorithms based on processing of ACM (AIM) about augmented filtering (AF). This all will establish a comprehensive concept of parametric estimation that compared with conventional approaches is characterized by versatility, low demands on a priori process information and by excellent numerical properties (robust against overparametrization, capable solving the multiple model problem).
Adaptive Controllers with Elements of Artificial Intelligence
Šulová, Markéta ; Šeda, Miloš (referee) ; Bobál, Vladimír (referee) ; Pivoňka, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to improve the control quality of the adaptive systems (Self Tuning Controllers). The thesis mainly deals with problematical identification part of the adaptive system. This part demonstrates a weak point for existing adaptive systems. Paradoxically, the quality of the adaptive system depends mainly on the identification part because on the basis of the process model obtained by identification are worked out parameters of a control part, afterwards the control action plan is established. Knowledge of the modern control methods is used and a new identification algorithm for closed loop identification is proposed. This simple, fast and efficient algorithm overcomes all disadvantages of current classical identification methods based on least mean-square algorithms. The possibility of the choice of a short sample time, one tuning parameter ability to adjust the control process, the ability to identify processes in real use belong to its main goals. This algorithm was built in the adaptive system and then it was tested on a set of simulation and real models with surprisingly excellent results. The successful implementation of the algorithm into the programmable logic controller was also realized. One part of the thesis introduces a new universal graphics environment for testing and verifying control algorithms.

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