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Model Predictive Control of a Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous
Motor based on Multi Parametric Programming and Exact Linearization
o Phng Nam1, Nguyn Hng Quang2, Nguyn Nh Hin2
1
H Bch Khoa H Ni, 2H K thut Cng nghip Thi Nguyn
Email: nam.daophuong@hust.edu.vn

Abstract
Linear motors have many advantages in compare with rotary motors due to directly creating linear motion without
gears or belts, It is hard to apply online model predictive controller for electro-mechanism systems with input,
output and state constraints because it requires the good ability in calculations of microcontroller and the nonlinear
property of these models. In this paper, the exact linearization is applied to obtain the corresponding linear model
and we propose the offline model predictive control law based on multi-parametric programming (MPP) for
permanent magnet linear synchronous motors (PMLSM) to remarkably reduce amount of calculation. Several
simulation results show the ability of proposed method in this paper.

Keywords
Permanent magnet linear synchronous motors, Model predictive controller, Multi-parametric programming, Exact
Linearization.

error to zero [3]. In 2002, Li-Chen Fu et al., presented


List of Symbols the adaptive backstepping control law for linear
induction motor in presence of friction dynamic effect
Lsd , Lsq dq _ axis inductance H [4]. The differential flatness of motor is an important
m, Rs Mass, Resistance of primary section property and Delaleau at el., pointed out the flatness
kg , based controller for PMLSM in [5]. Model predictive
control (MPC) has been widely adopted by process
us , i s Vector of primary section current and control to address optimization problems. In [7], a
voltage V , A nonlinear model predictive control (NMPC) strategy
requires the formulation of an optimization problem
v, ve , we Mechanical, Electrical Speed m / s and with linear models the MPC problem is typically a
quadratic or linear program and there exists a variety
,Electrical Velocity (Rad/s)
of numerical methods and software. In 2013, Shan
Fm , Fc Electromagnetic, load force N Chai et al., develops new results on the use of model
predictive control in the presence of constraints to
regulate the speed of a permanent magnet synchronous
isd , isq , usd , udsq, q components of the primary Current, motor [6].
Voltage A, V . In [6], the control design used a linearized state-space
representation of the nonlinear dynamic model that
describes the dynamics and a quadratic programming
p, p Number of Poles, Vector of Pole Flux
(QP) procedure to solve the resulting on-line
Wb optimization problem.
However, the numerical complexity of linear MPC
xp , Pole position m , Rad may be a reasonable challenge and it is limited in its
industrial such as motor control,... In order to
overcome this obstacle, we propose the control law
1. Introduction based on combining multi-parametric programming
The topic of linear motor control has been the focus and exact linearization is described as follows:
of active research in the recent years. Many nonlinear The exact linearization make the closed-loop
control laws have been applied for linear motor, such system linear in an input/output sense with
as adaptive fuzzy-neural network method in [2], In necessary and sufficient conditions for
2006, Jul Ki Seok et al., proposed sensorless control input/output linearizability via static state
technique for permanent magnet synchronous motor feedback are derived.
based on back electro-motive force [3]. The rotor- The offline MPC solution is approached by
position-tracking proportionalintegral (PI) controller employing the principles of multi-parametric nonlinear
is used to estimate rotor velocity to control the position

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programming and in particular the first-order Karush- Remark 1: This result is equivalent to the previous
Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) optimality conditions [7]. results in [1, 6] based on the conversion between rotary
and linear speed.
2. PROBLEM STATEMENTS The control objective is to find the input control to
achieve the desired speed while obtaining the
The PMLSM (in Fig.1) is described by the minimum of the cost function in the presence of
following dynamic equations [1, 6]: constraints:
u argmin J u , x
*

disd 1 2 Lsq 1

isd visq usd u U

dt Tsd Lsd Lsd N 1

disq 2 Lsd isq usq 2 p T T



argmin x k Qx k u k Ru k x N Px N
T

v isd v u U k 0

dt Lsq Tsq Lsq Lsq


subject to: x k 1 Ax k Bu k ; k 0,1, 2,..., N

3 p

Fm
2

p Lsd Lsq isd isq (1) Where P, Q are symmetric positive semi-definite

matrices and R is symmetric positive definite matrix,

m dve

Fm Fc N is predictive horizon

p dt


x k X x n : Gx
dx

p
v

dt
u U u n : M u

k

l * p
l
isc isb isa
xp
l l
3 3


Fig. 1. The structure of permanent magnet linear synchronous motors (PMLSM), corresponding coordinate frame.

3. MAIN RESULTS Remark 2: (2) is the development from the previous


Lemma 1 [1]: state feedback in [1], which applied to PMSM.
By using the state feedback or the coordinate Algorithm 1.
transformation (2), we obtain the exact linearized We propose the model predictive control law
PMLSM: based on exact linearization and multi-parametric
programming for PMLSM as follows:
Lsd
x 2
T 1 Lsd 0 Lsq x2 Step1: We implement the conversion from the optimal
u1 sd w
1 control problem in nonlinear model (1) to linear
Lsq 2 (2)
u2 Lsd x1 p w2
T x2 0 Lsq

model (3) based on the state feedback (2), obtain
u sq the cost function (4) with constraints:
3
0 0 0 1 w3

z Az Bw


3

y Cz

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N 1
X
*

u U

u argmin x k Q x k u k Ru k x N P x N
T T
T
B6:
4 Determining the set of RX0 and we come back
k 0
Step 2: Based on the transformation the step 3, 4, 5 until the obtained set is empty (only
implement in finite steps);
z u H F x Z x 1 T Nm
, we obtain the
optimal control problem (5) Remark 3:
Due to the offline description of the proposed
1 T
z argmin z H z
*
5
scheme, it is enables to implement constrained model
z Z x 2 predictive controller without high performance
microcontrollers as implemented in [6].
Step 3: By selecting arbitrary vector x 0 X and using
the KKT Technique to find the result of (5), we Remark 4:
obtain z 0 Z x0 and 0 ; Due to the depending on state of constraint set
Z x0 (step 3), we have to partition the constraint set
Step 4: From the sign of 0 , we find the index k
X of state (step 4) to obtain the offline algorithm.
correspond to the positive number to separate
G , W,S
from the matrices G, W,S ; Simulation Results.

B5: We have some results as follows: In this section, we implement our simulation studies to
verify the proposed control law based on exact
z x H 1GT GH T 1 W+S
1G x (6) linearization and the parameters of PMLSM is given:
p 2; 72 mm; L sd 4, 7 mH ; L sd 4,1mH ;
where x RX 0 X , in which, R X 0 is obtained p 0,8 Wb ; mslide 3, 5 kg; is , no min al 0,8A;
1
from the relation GH
G 1 T
W+S
x 0 Pno min al 470W; U no min al 380V ; Rsa , sb , sc 8, 5
The simulation of PMLSM investigated by exact
(7)
Ket qua
linearization approach show it tracks the desired value.
0 0.02

0
-0.2
-0.02 isd** isdZOH
**
Current (A)

-0.4 v -0.04

-0.6
v -0.06 isqZOH
Speed (m/s)

0.04

-0.8 -0.08
0.02

-0.1 -0.02
-1 ** isd isq
-0.12 i sq
-0.04

-0.06

-1.2 -0.08

-0.14 -0.1

-0.12
0.1995 0.1996 0.1997 0.1998 0.1999 0.2 0.2001 0.2002 0.2003 0.2004 0.2005

-1.4 -0.16

-1.6 -0.18
0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 0.45 0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 0.45

Fig. 2. The behavior of currents and speed in PMLSM.

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