Induction cooktops are very efficient systems, but, their energy consumption should be reduced using a temperature controller for optimizing the electrical power. Such controllers are already widely spread in several applications (air conditioning, ovens, etc.). Induction cooktops work with discrete levels of power, and, therefore, the user can select and modify the requested power level during the cooking. This paper presents the Hardware-In-The-Loop simulation to develop an active temperature controller, which optimizes the energy management of the water boiling using an induction cooktop. A thermal and induction model has been developed in MATLAB/Simulink® framework, while a discrete PID controller has been implemented inside a physical ATMEGA processor and tested within the Hardware-In-The-Loop platform.

Prist, M., Pallotta, E., Monteriu, A., Longhi, S., Cicconi, P., Russo, A.C., et al. (2017). Modelling and hardware-in-The-loop simulation for energy management in induction cooktops. In IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin, ICCE-Berlin (pp.250-251). IEEE Computer Society [10.1109/ICCE-Berlin.2017.8210641].

Modelling and hardware-in-The-loop simulation for energy management in induction cooktops

Cicconi P.;
2017

Abstract

Induction cooktops are very efficient systems, but, their energy consumption should be reduced using a temperature controller for optimizing the electrical power. Such controllers are already widely spread in several applications (air conditioning, ovens, etc.). Induction cooktops work with discrete levels of power, and, therefore, the user can select and modify the requested power level during the cooking. This paper presents the Hardware-In-The-Loop simulation to develop an active temperature controller, which optimizes the energy management of the water boiling using an induction cooktop. A thermal and induction model has been developed in MATLAB/Simulink® framework, while a discrete PID controller has been implemented inside a physical ATMEGA processor and tested within the Hardware-In-The-Loop platform.
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Prist, M., Pallotta, E., Monteriu, A., Longhi, S., Cicconi, P., Russo, A.C., et al. (2017). Modelling and hardware-in-The-loop simulation for energy management in induction cooktops. In IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin, ICCE-Berlin (pp.250-251). IEEE Computer Society [10.1109/ICCE-Berlin.2017.8210641].
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