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Speed Controller for DC Motor

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Control System DC motor speed controller embedded project using LabView and analysis using Matlab.

Speed Controller for DC Motor

  3. 3. PROJECT WORKING  Here IC1 is wired as a low-frequency, free-running ASTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR with pulse-width modulation (PWM) controlled output.  The R-C components like R1, VR1, R2 and C1 determine the frequency of oscillations.  Potmeter VR1 works as the master speed controller for the motor.  When the wiper arm of VR1 is in top position, capacitor C1 charges through R1, R2 and D1 and produces a pulse train at the output of IC1 with long negative and short positive pulse widths. Therefore the motor speed is slow.  On the other hand, when the wiper arm of VR1 is at the bottom position, C1 charges through R1, R2 and VR1 and discharges via R2. The resulting pulse train has long positive and short negative pulse widths. Now the motor rotates at a high speed.  The output at pin 3 of IC1 is fed to transistor T1, which, in turn, drives the DC motor through high power switching transistor T2 at the selected speed. Resistor R4 limits the base current of transistor T2.  Diode D2, connected in antiparallel with the DC motor, limits the back E.M.F. generated by the rotation of the motor.
  4. 4. LabView Simulation DC Motor modelling We have designed the velocity controller for a DC motor. We have considered a basic transfer function for a DC motor where effects such as friction and disturbances are being considered: Where Ф(s) is the angular velocity (rad/sec) V(s) is applied voltage (V) J is the rotor inertia (9.64E-6) R is the rotor resistance (3.3 Ώ) K is the torque constant (0.028 N-mA) L is the Inductance (4.64E-3 H) B is the Friction Torque Constant (1.8E-6 N-m-s)
  5. 5. Contd… If we replace the numeric values, we get the following transfer function:
  6. 6. Contd… PID Tuning We now can run the VI continuously and change the PID gains until we are satisfied with the results. A typical procedure to tune a PID controller is: 1. Kc to 1 and Ti, Td to zero. Keep increasing/decreasing Kc until the response has some overshoot 2. Modify Td to make the system faster and compensate the overshoot 3. Modify Ti to remove any steady-state error on the step response
  7. 7. LabView Circuit Diagram
  8. 8. Transfer Function Configuration
  9. 9. PID Controller Configuration
  10. 10. MATLAB Simulation Transfer Function:
  11. 11. Contd… Bode Plot:
  12. 12. Contd… Root Locus:
  13. 13. Contd… Nyquist Plot:
  14. 14. DC Motor  Depending upon the type if excitation to the field winding, the dc machine can be classified into three categories:- Machines with permanent field, separately excited and self excited type dc machines. Dc motors with permanent magnetic field, are manufactured for small rating applications such as toys, cassette tape recorders etc. large rating dc motors are constructed with electro-magnetic field i.e. field winding is placed on the field core and this winding is supplied with dc current called excitation. Depending upon the type of connections to the field winding for excitation, the dc motors can be classified into two categories: 1. Separately excited dc motors 2. Self excited dc motors
  15. 15. Separately Excited DC Motors  The field winding is excited from a supply which is not connected to the armature winding. It may be noted that current flowing through the field winding is independent of load and is equal to V / Rf , where Rf is the field circuit resistance. The flux produced is proportional to the field current i.e. Ø If
  16. 16. Self Excited DC Motors (DC Shunt Motors)  In this type of excitation, armature and field windings are connected across a constant source of supply. The field current If is drawn from the same source as that of armature current.
  17. 17. Self Excited DC Motors (DC Series Motors)
  18. 18. Contd…  The field winding is connected in series with the armature so that If = Ia = IL . Therefore field winding is made up of thick winding wire of less no. of turns as compared to that of shunt field winding so that armature current can flow through it without overheating.  In case of dc series machine: Ø If Ia  The relationship between induced e.m.f. and terminal voltage is as follows: V = E + Ia Ra + Ia Rse Ia = Ise = IL
  19. 19. Self Excited DC Motors (DC Shunt Motors)
  20. 20. Contd…  There are two field windings, namely a shunt field winding and a series field winding. The shunt field winding is connected in parallel with the armature and series field winding is connected in series with the combination.  Series field winding will carry a large armature current Ia or IL and therefore it is made of wire of large cross section and has a few turns only. The resistance of series field winding is very small.  The shunt field winding is made up of wires of small cross section and has high resistance. Since the resistance of shunt field winding is high, the current flowing through it is very small as compared to that of series field winding or armature current Ia.  The main magnetic field flux is produced by the shunt field current / winding but it is modified by the field of series winding. A compound machine therefore combines the best features of dc shunt machines and dc series machines.
  21. 21. Self Excited DC Motors (DC Compound Motors)  Depending upon the direction of flow of current through series field, we can classify dc compound motors into two categories namely: 1. Cumulative compound dc motors 2. differential compound dc motors
  22. 22. Cumulative Type  The direction of current in the series field winding is such that magnetic field produced by it is in the direction to that of shunt field. Total magnitude of the field is the sum of shunt field and series field so that: Ø = Øsh + Øse
  23. 23. Differential Type  The direction of current in the series field winding is such that magnetic field produced by it is in the opposite direction to that of shunt field. Total magnitude of the field is the difference of shunt field and series field so that : Ø = Øsh - Øse
  24. 24. Factors Determining the speed of DC Motor  The expression for back e.m.f. developed in the armature of a dc motor is given as follows :  Comparing expressions (i) and (ii)  Where K is the constant of proportionality and equal to PZ / 60 A
  25. 25. Contd…  Now in the above expression for speed, the speed can be varied by varying the applied voltage ‘V’ , field flux Ø and resistance of the armature .  It is clear that speed is directly proportional to the supply voltage ‘V’. So the speed increases with increase in voltage ‘V’ and vice versa.  The speed is inversely proportional to the field flux Ø . So speed decreases as the Flux Ø increases and vice versa.
  26. 26. Applications DC Shunt motor:  Shunt motors are used in situations, such as driving a line shafting etc. where the speed as to be maintained approximately constant between no-load and full-load.  In situations where variable load is to be driven at different speeds but at each load, the speed is to be kept constant Such as driving a lathe.
  27. 27. Contd… DC Series Motors:  DC Series Motors are used in applications such as driving hoists, cranes, trains, etc., as in these cases a large starting torque is required. They are also used where the motor can be permanently coupled to the load, such as  Fans , whose torque increases with speed. Where constancy in speed is not essential, the decrease of speed with increase of load has the advantage that the power absorbed by the motor does not increase as rapidly as the torque .  Series motors acquire very high speed at no-load or at very light load . That is why they should not be used for a belt drive where there is a possibility of the load decreasing to very small value.
  28. 28. Contd… DC Compound Motor:  DC Compound Motors are used in application where large starting torque are required but where the load may fall to such a small value that a series motor would reach a dangerously high speed.  Where the supply voltage may fluctuate, for instance on a traction system, the series winding reduces the fluctuation of armature current partly by its inductance and partly by its influence on the value of flux and therefore on that of the induced e.m.f.  When the load is of a fluctuating nature, e.g. for driving stamping processes, etc. the shunt excitation prevents the speed.
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Control System DC motor speed controller embedded project using LabView and analysis using Matlab.


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