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Idriss Benlaloui

Idriss Benlaloui
Department of Electrical Engineering University of Batna 2

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Introduction
Lecturer on Electrical Engineering, University of Batna 2, Algeria. IEEE Member. Member of team: Renewable Energy & Energy saving. LSPIE Laboratory, University of Batna 2. His research interests include electric machines and drives, renewable energy and Electrical Vehicle.

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Publications (30)
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Electric vehicles (EVs) can be charged wirelessly using inductive charging technology. This process has a number of advantages in terms of automation, safety in harsh environments, reliability in the event of natural disasters and adaptability. On the other hand, the inductive charger has many issues, including a complex design, sensitivity to misa...
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This paper presents MRAS speed sensorless control of induction motor using type-2 fuzzy logic controller (T2FLC). These controllers replace the PI ones, in the new MRAS strategy proposed in Benlaloui et al. (IEEE Trans Energy Convers 30(2):588–595, 2015), in order to improve the induction motor performances and robustness at low speed region. Indee...
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4th International Conference on Electrical Engineering (ELEN 2021) aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on recent systems and techniques in the broad field of Electrical Engineering. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews are invited for publication in all areas of Electrical Engineeri...
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In this paper, a new approach being different from the concept of DTC and IFOC for a robust torque control design for induction motor is addressed. The design is based on the framework of singularly perturbed system theory and linear varying parameter systems. In these systems, the rotor flux is considered to be a time-varying parameter in order to...
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In this work we propose to develop an algorithm for improving the efficiency of an induction motor using type-2 fuzzy logic. Vector control is used to control this motor due to the high performances of this strategy. The type-2 fuzzy logic regulators are developed to obtain the optimal rotor flux for each torque load by minimizing the copper losses...
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This paper deals with a Sensorless backstepping controller. In order to improve the robustness of the proposed approach, we estimate the rotor flux components and rotor speed of the induction motor using a sliding mode observer. The backstepping technique is appropriate for such as non linear system. The overall system stability is proved through a...
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The paper presents a comparison of performances and characteristics of a Self Scheduled linear parameter varying (LPV) Flux Observer and observation algorithms based on Kalman Filter for induction motor rotor flux estimation, inserted in a field oriented control scheme. The construction of the considered algorithms is described in detail, and the d...
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In This paper, a novel rotor speed estimation method, using Model Reference Adaptive System (MRAS), is proposed to improve the performance of a sensorless vector control in the very low and zero speed regions. In the classical MRAS method, the rotor flux of the adaptive model is compared with that of the reference model. The rotor speed is estimate...

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