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Network Control System (NCS) for Performance Improvement of Dual Converter Power Supply System Using Adaptive Inverse Dynamic Mode (AIDMC) Control Technique

  • N. Thillaikarasi
  • I. Gnanambal


With recent advances in power electronics, dual converter power supply based electric variable-speed drives are significantly used in many industries uses. Power electronic motor drivers are becoming able to efficiently read the inflexible characteristics of DC motor to prerequisites the load. By controlling the input armature voltage, the DC motor speed automatically changed. Half-bridge converter, semi converter, full bridge converter and dual converter are some of the thyristor controlled rectifier circuits are widely used in variable speed drives. In This work presents single phase dual converter power supply system based on adaptive inverse dynamic mode control (AIDMC) technique. The efficient dual converter control solution for industrial network control system (NCS) is proposed based on the industrial grade requirements, designed for low to high voltage operation. As the era of connecting the devices with the cloud is being increased gradually, the proposed method uses an NCS protocol for monitoring as well as controlling the dual converter system. The proposed method provides us the control over forward and reverse rotation, forward and reverse regeneration. From the simulation results, the proposed result offers variable DC voltage which is capable of four quadrant operation of the drive in a speed-torque plane by using MATLAB Simulink environment. A hardware setup also developed to validate the simulation. Over 96% accuracy achieved full load condition for proposed dual converter power supply system based on AIDMC controller.


Dual converter Network control system (NCS) Four quadrant DC drive AIDMC MATLAB_2013a 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kottai Mariamman PolytechnicSalemIndia
  2. 2.Electrical and Electronics EngineeringGovernment College of EngineeringSalemIndia

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