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Comparative Study of Op-Amp-based Integrators Suitable for Fractional-Order Controller Design

HERENCSÁR, N. KARTCI, A. YILDIZ, H. A. ŠOTNER, R. DVOŘÁK, J. KUBÁNEK, D. JEŘÁBEK, J. KOTON, J.

Original Title

Comparative Study of Op-Amp-based Integrators Suitable for Fractional-Order Controller Design

English Title

Comparative Study of Op-Amp-based Integrators Suitable for Fractional-Order Controller Design

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, a fractional-order capacitor (FOC) of an order λ = 0.89 (i.e. constant phase angle –80.1 degree) was emulated via Valsa RC network with five branches. The network component values were optimized using modified least squares quadratic method in a wide frequency range of 100 mHz–1 kHz (i.e. 4 decades) and maximum relative phase error 0.78% was obtained. The design specification corresponds to a speed control system of an armature controlled DC motor, which is often used in control theory. Overall performance evaluation shows the product of evaluated key features (e.g. phase angle deviation and absolute values of relative phase, impedance, and pseudocapacitance errors) for the optimized FOC is 13.3% less than the one obtained via Valsa approximation. The behavior of Op-Amp-based non-inverting configurations of analogue fractional-order integral operator s– employing the optimized FOC, where 0 < λ< 1, is compared. The behavior of studied integrator circuits is confirmed by SPICE simulations using the readily available Texas Instruments TL072 low-noise Op-Amp macromodel, which is commonly used in electronics.

English abstract

In this paper, a fractional-order capacitor (FOC) of an order λ = 0.89 (i.e. constant phase angle –80.1 degree) was emulated via Valsa RC network with five branches. The network component values were optimized using modified least squares quadratic method in a wide frequency range of 100 mHz–1 kHz (i.e. 4 decades) and maximum relative phase error 0.78% was obtained. The design specification corresponds to a speed control system of an armature controlled DC motor, which is often used in control theory. Overall performance evaluation shows the product of evaluated key features (e.g. phase angle deviation and absolute values of relative phase, impedance, and pseudocapacitance errors) for the optimized FOC is 13.3% less than the one obtained via Valsa approximation. The behavior of Op-Amp-based non-inverting configurations of analogue fractional-order integral operator s– employing the optimized FOC, where 0 < λ< 1, is compared. The behavior of studied integrator circuits is confirmed by SPICE simulations using the readily available Texas Instruments TL072 low-noise Op-Amp macromodel, which is commonly used in electronics.

Keywords

DC motor, fractional calculus, fractional-order capacitor, fractional-order controller, fractional-order integrator, Op-Amp, Valsa RC network

Released

01.07.2019

Publisher

IEEE

Location

Budapest, Hungary

ISBN

978-1-7281-1864-2

Book

Proceedings of the 2019 42nd International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP), Budapest, Hungary

Pages from

740

Pages to

743

Pages count

4

URL

Full text in the Digital Library

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT157434,
  author="Norbert {Herencsár} and Aslihan {Kartci} and Hacer A. {Yildiz} and Roman {Šotner} and Jan {Dvořák} and David {Kubánek} and Jan {Jeřábek} and Jaroslav {Koton}",
  title="Comparative Study of Op-Amp-based Integrators Suitable for Fractional-Order Controller Design",
  annote="In this paper, a fractional-order capacitor (FOC) of an order λ = 0.89 (i.e. constant phase angle –80.1 degree) was emulated via Valsa RC network with five branches. The network component values were optimized using modified least squares quadratic method in a wide frequency range of 100 mHz–1 kHz (i.e. 4 decades) and maximum relative phase error 0.78% was obtained. The design specification corresponds to a speed control system of an armature controlled DC motor, which is often used in control theory. Overall performance evaluation shows the product of evaluated key features (e.g. phase angle deviation and absolute values of relative phase, impedance, and pseudocapacitance errors) for the optimized FOC is 13.3% less than the one obtained via Valsa approximation. The behavior of Op-Amp-based non-inverting configurations of analogue fractional-order integral operator s– employing the optimized FOC, where 0 < λ< 1, is compared. The behavior of studied integrator circuits is confirmed by SPICE simulations using the readily available Texas Instruments TL072 low-noise Op-Amp macromodel, which is commonly used in electronics.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 2019 42nd International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP), Budapest, Hungary",
  chapter="157434",
  doi="10.1109/TSP.2019.8768843",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2019",
  month="july",
  pages="740--743",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}