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Intelligent Control Applied to Motor Drives

National Taiwan University of Science


and Technology

July 12 to August 4, 2010, Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 12:00

Department of Electrical Engineering

Visiting Professor

NEW & ADVANCED


Graduate
3 credits course

Minh C. Ta

Ph.D.(Laval University, Canada)


IEEE Senior Member
Assoc. Prof., Department of Industrial Automation
Director, Center for Applied Research &Technology Innovation
Vice Director, Science & Technology Office
Hanoi University of Science and Technology, VIETNAM
Chair, IEEE Vietnam Section

Course Description
The course will provide the main techniques on
artificial intelligent control and its applications.
After the course, students are able to apply the
intelligent control techniques to deal with typical
problems of various motor drives, from DC to
SRM drives.
Overview on Conventional Control Theory
Linear vs. Non-linear control
Control and Estimation: a dual problem
Fuzzy Logic Control
Fuzzy Logic Estimation
Artificial Neural Network
Artificial Genetic Algorithms
DC Motor Drives: Fuzzy logic control of speed
Control and Estimation of Induction Motor Drives:
Fuzzy logic control of speed
Fuzzy Logic Model Reference Adaptive
Control of speed
Fuzzy logic estimation of rotor resistance
Efficiency-optimization control using neural
networks
Fuzzy logic control of PM Motor Drives
Fuzzy logic control of Brushless DC Motor Drives
Control Switched Reluctance Motor Drives: Fuzzy
logic control for reducing torque ripple
Intended Audience: Scientists and engineers,
with basic knowledge on Control Theory,
Artificial Intelligence, Electric Machines and
Power Electronics.

Reference:
1. Selected technical papers.
2. Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives, B. K. Bose, Prentice
Hall, 2002. (Text Book).
3. Fuzzy Logic, K. V. Passino, S. Yurkovich, Addison-Wesley,
1997. (Text Book).
For further reading:
4. Modern Control Engineering, K. Ogata, Prentice Hall, 1997, 3rd
Edition (or latter).
5. Digital Control of Dynamic Systems, G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell,
M.L. Workman, Addison-Wesley, 1990.
6. Design of Brushless Permanent-Magnet Motors, J. R.
Hendershot Jr., T. J. E. Miller, Oxford University Press, 1995.
7. Switched Reluctance Motor Drives, R. Krishnan, CRC Press
LLC, 2001.

About the Professor


Assoc. Prof. Minh C. Ta, IEEE Senior Member
Education
- Ph.D. 1998 Laval University, Quebec, Canada
- B.Sc. 1986 University of Western Bohemia, Czech
Republic
Professional Experience
- 2004 - present: Associate Professor (2009), Department of
Industrial Automation, Hanoi University of Science and
Technology HUST (former HUT), Vietnam.
- 2001 2004: Senior Engineer, R&D Office, NSK Steering
Systems Co., Ltd., Japan
- 1999 2001: JSPS Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Tokyo,
Japan
- 1998 1999: Visiting Researcher, Kyushu University, Fukuoka,
Japan
- 1992 1997: Graduate studies, Laval University, Quebec,
Canada
- 1987 1992: Lecturer, Department of Industrial Automation,
HUT, Vietnam
Author of 12 patents (9 US patents), 29 Journal and Int.
Conference Papers
Recipient of the IEEE-IAS2000 Second Prize Paper Award of
the Industrial Drives Committee.
Co-chair of the up-coming PEDS2011 Conference in Vietnam
Chair of the IEEE Vietnam Section (2008 2010)

For registration, please contact Miss Tu, (02) 27376685 or email to tu@mouse.ee.ntust.edu.tw
For any query, please email to liu@mail.ntust.edu.tw or call (02) 27333141, Prof. Tian-Hua Liu
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