In this work, a PI-Sliding mode controller is developed in feedback loop from a non-inverting buck boost converter, in order to control the recharge of a Li-Ion battery of a Laser Guided Vehicle (LGV), which is the last stage of an industrial wireless recharge power station. In detail, the industrial case study regards the wireless recharge of a LGV employed to transport molds used for footwear soles production. The proposed solution has been modelled and developed in the MATLAB/Simulink® framework, and the performances of this controller are compared with the classical PID industrial controller. The obtained results depend only from the developed recharge system and can be applied in other industrial cases (e.g., car battery recharge). In particular, the numerical simulations show that the proposed solution has an important impact on the energy consumptions.

Prist, M., Pallotta, E., Cicconi, P., Venturini, P., Monteriu, A., Germani, M., et al. (2018). Energy Saving in Industrial Wireless Power Recharge System: Simulation of a PI-Sliding Mode Control for a Non-Inverting Buck-Boost Converter. In 2018 IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power Transfer, Wow 2018 (pp.1-6). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/WoW.2018.8450919].

Energy Saving in Industrial Wireless Power Recharge System: Simulation of a PI-Sliding Mode Control for a Non-Inverting Buck-Boost Converter

Cicconi P.;
2018

Abstract

In this work, a PI-Sliding mode controller is developed in feedback loop from a non-inverting buck boost converter, in order to control the recharge of a Li-Ion battery of a Laser Guided Vehicle (LGV), which is the last stage of an industrial wireless recharge power station. In detail, the industrial case study regards the wireless recharge of a LGV employed to transport molds used for footwear soles production. The proposed solution has been modelled and developed in the MATLAB/Simulink® framework, and the performances of this controller are compared with the classical PID industrial controller. The obtained results depend only from the developed recharge system and can be applied in other industrial cases (e.g., car battery recharge). In particular, the numerical simulations show that the proposed solution has an important impact on the energy consumptions.
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Prist, M., Pallotta, E., Cicconi, P., Venturini, P., Monteriu, A., Germani, M., et al. (2018). Energy Saving in Industrial Wireless Power Recharge System: Simulation of a PI-Sliding Mode Control for a Non-Inverting Buck-Boost Converter. In 2018 IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power Transfer, Wow 2018 (pp.1-6). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/WoW.2018.8450919].
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