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M. Asadi, H. Toossian Shandiz,
Volume 12, Issue 2 (June 2016)

This paper studies output feedback control of pure-feedback systems with immeasurable states and completely non-affine property. Since availability of all the states is usually impossible in the actual process, we assume that just the system output is measurable and the system states are not available. First, to estimate the immeasurable states a state observer is designed. Relatively fewer results have been proposed for pure-feedback systems because the cascade and non-affine properties of pure-feedback systems make it difficult to find the explicit virtual controls and actual control. Therefore, by employing the singular perturbation theory in back-stepping control procedure, the virtual/actual control inputs are derived from the solutions of a series of fast dynamical equations which can avoid the “explosion of complexity’’ inherently existing in the conventional back-stepping design. The stability of the resulting closed-loop system is proved by Tikhonov’s theorem in the singular perturbation theory. Finally, the detailed simulation results are provided to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed controller, which can overcome the non-affine property of pure-feedback systems with lower complexity and fewer design parameters.

S. Shabani, M. Asadi, A. Zakipour,
Volume 19, Issue 1 (March 2023)

In this paper, parasitic capacitors and common mode voltage (CMV) are modeled in a delta connection multilevel cascaded STATCOM. In high frequency and high voltage applications the parasitic capacitors play important role in common mode voltages. In this paper, parasitic capacitors and CMV are modeled in a multilevel cascaded STATCOM and also parasitic currents are calculated, then a method will be proposed to reduce the effects of the parasitic capacitors. The values of parasitic capacitors are calculated by finite element software. Finally, a delta connection 13-level cascaded STATCOM with parasitic capacitors will be simulated in MATLAB Simulink and then simulation results will be presented.

Abolfazl Masnabadi, Mehdi Asadi,
Volume 20, Issue 1 (March 2024)

This paper proposed a control system for the battery charger of a solar vehicle. The battery charger has two parts, boost converter and isolated DC/AC/DC converter. The boost converter is controlled by a proposed control system based on sliding mode. In this controller, the MPPT is implemented by an extreme point of the solar cell P-V curve. Also, the control system of the DC/AC/DC converter is based on sliding mode with consideration of uncertainties of the output filter. A fast charging algorithm based on variable frequencies was carried out by the presented control system and charging of a Lithium-ion battery was done during 20 min from SOC 20% to SOC 80%. The simulation results show control system effectiveness.

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