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Mohamad Moradi Narbin, Mehdi Mirzaei, Sajjad Aghasizade,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (3-2018)

In this paper, a new nonlinear model for magnetorheological (MR) damper based on the bouc-wen model is identified. This model including the hysteresis loop is linear with respect to the input current. This advantage makes it easy to use the proposed model in semi-active suspension systems as the inverse model. For better comparison, a polynomial model developed in the prevalent papers is also designed. The performance evaluation of two models shows that the proposed bouc-wen model has higher accuracy in the smaller velocity area. At the rest of the paper, an LQR controller designed for calculation of the active suspension force is integrated with the two identified inverse models. The simulation studies are carried out for active and semi-active suspension systems on a standard road. The results show that the simplified nonlinear bouc-wen model has better performance in controlling the semi active suspension system compared with the other models. In high amplitude velocities of the damper, the performance of two models is close to each other.

Farhad Amiri, Mohammad Hassan Moradi,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (9-2020)

In this paper, a new output feedback control method was used based on a linear matrix inequality to control the angular position of AC servo motor shaft. The proposed control method does not need to measure all of the AC servo motor statuses; it only uses the output feedback and is robust against the uncertain servo motor parameters and the disturbances applied to it. The proposed control method was compared in several scenarios with a Standard Internal Model Control-Sliding Mode Control (SIMC-SMC) method, 2-Degree-of-Freedom Internal Model Control-Sliding Mode Controller (2DOF-IMC-SMC) method, 2-Degree-of-Freedom Internal Model Control-Proportional-Integral-Derivative (2DOF-IMC-PID) method, Standard Internal Model Control-Proportional-Derivatives (SIMC-PD) method, and Internal Model Control-Proportional-Integral-Derivative-Extended State Observer (IMC-PID-ESO) method. The simulation results show that the proposed controller has desirable performance against disturbances and uncertain parameters of the AC servo motor compared with other mentioned controllers. This method relative to other controllers decreased the error of tracking the angular position of the servo motor to 30% .The simulation was performed in the Matlab Software. 
Sadegh Kalantari, Seyed Mohsen Razavi, Hadi Moradi, Emad Hamidi,
Volume 9, Issue 1 (9-2022)

The same size of the helix steps in a traveling wave tube has a direct relationship with the efficiency of the system. In this article, the goal is to build a device that measures helix steps automatically and with proper accuracy by using image processing. For this purpose, the proposed algorithm was presented along with innovations in the fields of noise removal and threshold determination for the automatic measurement of helix steps, and the prototype of the device was made. This device has the ability to work in two modes of manual and automatic measurement, and it has no domestic equivalent, and it is much cheaper in terms of cost and use in measuring helix steps than the sample made abroad. In automatic mode, this device is able to measure all helix steps at once. In the case of a similar sample made abroad the steps must be measured manually and separately. The selection of the beginning and end points of steps in this device is done adaptively, which increases the speed of measurement and increases the repeatability in measuring steps. In the sample made abroad, the selection of the start and end points of the steps is done by the user, which reduces the repeatability of the measurement. The obtained results show that the measurement accuracy of the manufactured device is acceptable compared to the sample made abroad.
Farhad Amiri, Mohammad Hassan Moradi,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (3-2023)

In an islanded microgrid, power electronic converters are used to exchange power, and these converters have very low inertia, thus compromising the frequency stability of the microgrid. Virtual inertia control is used to improve the frequency stability of an islanded microgrid. The derivative control technique is usually used to implement virtual inertia control in the microgrid. Factors such as disturbance and uncertainty of parameters of the islanded microgrid compromise the performance of virtual inertia control and may cause system frequency instability. Therefore, the virtual inertia control structure, a complementary controller is needed that can weaken the effect of disturbance on the microgrid as much as possible and be resistant to the uncertainty of parameters of the microgrid. In this paper, a robust control method is used in a virtual inertia control structure that uses system output feedback. The proposed method is expressed based on linear matrix inequality and is proved based on the Lyapunov criterion. Among the advantages of the proposed method is the attenuation of disturbance, resistance to the uncertainty of parameters of the microgrid, and increasing the degree of freedom to control the system in this method. The results of the proposed method to improve the performance of virtual inertia control in several different scenarios by considering the uncertainty of parameters of the two-zone microgrid and disturbances on the microgrid are compared with several methods and the effectiveness of the proposed method in terms of improving frequency stability is shown.

Dr Ali Abooee, Mr Sajad Moradi, Dr Vahid Abootalebi,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (3-2023)

ABSTRACT: In this paper, three different finite-time nonlinear controllers are proposed to steer a robotic surgical needle in prostate tissue subject to parametric and modeling uncertainties. The torque generated by each type of these controllers is injected to the surgical needle’s closed-loop structure and, in consequence, the system’s state variable precisely converges to the desired path in prostate tissue within an adjustable finite time. The mentioned controllers are constructed based on the developed terminal sliding mode control method (as the main approach of robust-nonlinear control) incorporated with the adaptive control technique (for designing adaptation laws and estimation of unknown physical constants). It is worth noting that the basic difference between these controllers is in the definition of their nonlinear sliding manifolds. By utilizing the Lyapunov stability theory and several applicable lemmas, it is mathematically proven that all types of the introduced control approaches are able to accomplish the finite-time steering objective and guarantee the global finite-time stability for the needle-tissue dynamical system. Adaptation laws (existing in the proposed nonlinear controllers) continuously estimate the unknown physical constants and it is demonstrated that time responses of these estimations exactly reach the constants values over the finite time. Finally, by using MATLAB software, three types of the proposed controllers are separately simulated onto a second-order needle-tissue system to illustrate their proper performance.

Farhad Amiri, Mohammad Hassan Moradi,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (3-2023)

The issue of frequency control is very important in the power system. The presence of wind turbine in the power system makes frequency control challenging. In order to improve the frequency control of the power system in the presence of wind turbine, in this paper, a new control method is designed. In this method, the coordinated control of load-frequency control (LFC) system and superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) has been discussed using PD-FOPID cascade controller. The PD member in this type of controller responds to the frequency changes of the power system faster and also the FOPID member has a favorable performance against the uncertainty of the system parameters and disturbances. In this paper, the problem of owl search algorithm is solved. Considering that the owl search algorithm may get stuck in the local optimum. In this paper, solutions are presented to solve this problem of the owl search algorithm, which is called the developed owl search algorithm, and in order to improve the performance of the PD-FOPID controller, the developed owl search algorithm is used to optimally adjust its parameters. . The proposed control method with several methods including: Load frequency control (LFC) and superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) based on the robust controller, LFC and SMES based on the MSA-PID controller, LFC based on the MSA-PID controller with SMES and LFC based on the MSA-PID controller without SMES has been compared in four scenarios and the results show the superiority of the proposed method over the other mentioned methods. Is. The proposed method is resistant to load disturbances, disturbances caused by wind turbines, and uncertainty related to system parameters.


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سامانه های غیرخطی در مهندسی برق Journal of Nonlinear Systems in Electrical Engineering
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