Series C. Automatic Control (theory and applications)

Advances in Modelling

Series C. Automatic Control (theory and applications)

ISSN: 1240-4535

Editors: Christian Berger Vachon

Publication Fequency: 1 volume per year

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Volume 73 / Issue 4 / 2018

Transient stability analysis of two area power system using unified power flow controller Pag. 123
Vishwakarma Satyendra
Speed control of doubly star induction motor (DSIM) using direct field oriented control (DFOC) based on fuzzy logic controller (FLC) Pag. 128
Lallouani Hellali, Saad Belhamdi
Real time implementation of fuzzy gain-scheduled PID controller for twin rotor MIMO system (TRMS) Pag. 137
Mohammed Zinelaabidine Ghellab, Samir Zeghlache, Abderrahmen Bouguerra
Sliding mode control based on backstepping approach for a double star induction motor (DSIM) Pag. 150
H. Rahali, S. Zeghlache, L. Benalia, N. Layadi
Robust adaptive control of coaxial octorotor UAV using type-1 and interval type-2 fuzzy logic systems Pag. 158
Hemza Mekki, Ali Djerioui, Samir Zeghlache, Abderrahmen Bouguerra
A simple linear quadratic regulator (LQR) approach for active stabilization of mini rotors due to spinning dissipation Pag. 171
Abhro Mukherjee, Satyabrata Das
Excitation control of a power plant alternator using interval type-2 fuzzy logic controller Pag. 182
Manoj Kumar Sharma, R.P. Pathak, Manoj Kumar Jha, M.F. Qureshi
H∞ control oriented LFT modelling of linear dynamical system Pag. 189
Tamal Roy, Ranjit Kumar Barai, Rajeeb Dey
Speed control of induction motor with broken bars using sliding mode control (SMC) based to on type-2 fuzzy logic controller (T2FLC) Pag. 197
Djameleddine. Djafar, Saad. Belhamdi
Direct torque control of doubly star induction machine fed by voltage source inverter using type-2 fuzzy logic speed controller Pag. 202
Lallouani Hellali, Saad Belhamdi, Benyettou Loutfi, Reghioui Hassen
Interval type-2 fuzzy logic PID excitation control system with AVR in power system stability analysis Pag. 208
Manoj Kumar Sharma, R.P. Pathak, Manoj Kumar Jha, M.F. Qureshi

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Volume 72 / Issue 4 / 2017

Volume 72 / Issue 3 / 2017

Fault Eccentricity Diagnosis in Variable Speed Induction Motor Drive Using DWT Pag. 181
Rouaibia Reda1, Arbaoui fayçal, Bahi Tahar (Algeria)

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