IJMNTA  Vol.4 No.2 , June 2015
A DFIM Sensor Faults Multi-Model Diagnosis Approach Based on an Adaptive PI Multiobserver—Experimental Validation
Abstract: This paper studies the problem of diagnosis strategy for a doubly fed induction motor (DFIM) sensor faults. This strategy is based on unknown input proportional integral (PI) multiobserver. Thecontribution of this paper is on one hand the creation of a new DFIM model based on multi-model approach and, on the other hand, the synthesis of an adaptive PI multi-observer. The DFIM Volt per Hertz drive system behaves as a nonlinear complex system. It consists of a DFIM powered through a controlled PWM Voltage Source Inverter (VSI). The need of a sensorless drive requires soft sensors such as estimators or observers. In particular, an adaptive Proportional-Integral multi-observer is synthesized in order to estimate the DFIM’s outputs which are affected by different faults and to generate the different residual signals symptoms of sensor fault occurrence. The convergence of the estimation error is guaranteed by using the Lyapunov’s based theory. The proposed diagnosis approach is experimentally validated on a 1 kW Induction motor. Obtained simulation results confirm that the adaptive PI multiobserver consent to accomplish the detection, isolation and fault identification tasks with high dynamic performances.
Cite this paper: Aicha, A. , Mouna, B. and Lassaad, S. (2015) A DFIM Sensor Faults Multi-Model Diagnosis Approach Based on an Adaptive PI Multiobserver—Experimental Validation. International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application, 4, 161-178. doi: 10.4236/ijmnta.2015.42012.

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