Speed Control of Solar PV Array Powered PMBLDC Motor Drive with P, PI,
& PID Controllers: A Comparison study
Because of their high efficiency, better starting torque, and minimal
electrical noise, permanent magnet brushless DC (PMBLDC) motors are
frequently used in a variety of industrial applications. The speed of
PMBLDC motors is controlled by a variety of controllers. In this study,
P, PI, and PID controllers are used to compare the speed control of a
permanent magnet brushless dc motor drive powered by solar PV arrays.
The Perturb & Observe (P&O) technique is used to find the MPPT. The
drive system’s simulation results for various operation modes, such as
constant and variable load circumstances, are examined and evaluated.
When using a PID Controller instead of a P or PI controller, the drive
performs better at controlling speed. The software MATLAB/Simulink was
used to model, control, and simulate the permanent magnet brushless DC
motor drive. The whole drive system is put into operation with the help
of the dSPACE MicroLabBox 1202