Controlling the significance of BLDC motor internal faults using dual examine algorithm in electric vehicle applications

Gaurav Gaurav, Jayaram Nakka, Dakka Obulesu, Sairaj Arandhakar


This paper presents dual examine algorithm (DEA) to reduce residual error as well as to provide accurate phase currents without any distortion for a closed loop brushless direct current (BLDC) motor of an electric vehicle (EV). The underlying technology of DEA is a hybrid of the tabu search optimization (TSO) method and the genetic algorithm (GA). During closed loop operation of BLDC motor residual error is introduced by the discrepancy between the actual and reference speed, and the phase current distortion lowers the efficiency of the machine as a result machine performance is degraded. To address these issues, GA algorithm calculates the necessary parameters for the controller to produce precise current without distortion based on stator phase currents, and the suggested TSO algorithm limits the repeated operations in the PID controller to reduce the residual error to the greatest degree feasible. After primary examining, dual examine process initiate the transposing operation such as TSO is used to prove and calculate the phase current controller parameters, and GA is used to correct for remaining inaccuracy. To validate the proposed DEA algorithm is compared with advanced particle swarm optimization (APSO). The results verified the superiority of proposed DEA algorithm using MATLAB/Simulink platform.


aspiration criteria; dual examine algorithm; electric vehicle; genetic algorithm; phase current distortion; residual error

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