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Volume 2016 |Article ID 1236210 | 5 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2016/1236210

Synchronization of the Fractional-Order Brushless DC Motors Chaotic System

Academic Editor: M. Junaid Khan
Received03 Apr 2016
Accepted20 Jul 2016
Published11 Aug 2016

Abstract

Based on the extension of Lyapunov direct method for nonlinear fractional-order systems, chaos synchronization for the fractional-order Brushless DC motors (BLDCM) is discussed. A chaos synchronization scheme is suggested. By means of Lyapunov candidate function, the theoretical proof of chaos synchronization is addressed. The numerical results show that the chaos synchronization scheme is valid.

1. Introduction

The brushless direct-current motors (BLDCM) have many advantages over brushed direct-current motors [17], including more torque per watt, high torque per weight, longer lifetime, lower noise, lower electromagnetic interference, and high reliability. So, the BLDCM has been used diffusely in industrial automation and manufacturing engineering, for example, computer hard drives and CD/DVD players, electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles, motion control, positioning or actuation systems, and micro radio-controlled airplane. Recently, chaotic behavior in the brushless direct-current motors (BLDCM) has been reported [17], and many researchers investigated chaos synchronization and chaos control for the BLDCM chaotic system [17]. Chaos is useful in many applications, for example, in image steganography [8, 9], authenticated encryption [10], and chaotic communications [11]. It must be pointed out that chaos synchronization and chaos control are usually a prerequisite in chaos application.

On the other hand, based on the integer-order BLDCM chaotic system reported by Ge et al., a fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system [12] has been proposed by Zhou et al. By the adaptive control, back stepping design, and Lyapunov stability theory, the authors [2, 3] proposed some schemes of chaos synchronization and chaos control for the integer-order BLDCM chaotic system. Based on the generalized Gronwall inequality, Zhou et al. [12] presented two chaos control strategies for the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system. To the best of our knowledge, there are seldom results on chaos synchronization for the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system. Motivated by the above discussions, we investigate chaos synchronization for the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system in this paper. Based on the extension of Lyapunov direct method for nonlinear fractional-order system [13, 14], a chaos synchronization scheme is proposed. By a Lyapunov candidate function, the theoretical proof of chaos synchronization is provided. Simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the synchronization scheme in our paper.

The rest of this paper is as follows: Section 2 introduces the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system, and chaotic attractors are given. Chaos synchronization for the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system is discussed in Section 3, and simulation results are obtained. Finally, Section 4 concludes the work.

2. The Fractional-Order BLDCM Chaotic System

Recently, a fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system was reported by Zhou et al. [12], and this chaotic system can be described as follows: where is the fractional order and . is the direct axis current of the motor, is quadrature axis current of the motor, and is the angular velocity of the motor. The motor parameters are chosen as , , and . The authors obtained the maximum Lyapunov exponent on varying in [12], and system (1) exhibits chaotic behavior if . Now, we can choose and and obtain the maximum Lyapunov exponent as 0.7767 and 0.8954, respectively. The positive maximum Lyapunov exponent implies that fractional-order BLDCM system (1) is chaotic under and , and the chaotic attractors are shown as Figures 1 and 2, respectively.

3. Synchronization for the Fractional-Order BLDCM Chaotic System

In this section, chaos synchronization for the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) is considered. First, we recall some results for the Caputo derivative.

Lemma 1 (see [15]). For absolutely continuous functions and , one can obtain the following equality:where .

According to Lemma 1, for absolutely continuous function , the following equality can be obtained:

Due to for , according to (3), one has the following result:

Now, choosing the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) as drive system, we have the following main result.

Theorem 2. Let the response fractional-order BLDCM system bewhere , is a feedback controller, and is a real number. Choosing , , are real numbers. If and , then chaos synchronization between the response fractional-order BLDCM system (5) and the drive fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) can be reached.

Proof. Let synchronization errors be , , and . Thus, the error system between the response system (5) and the drive system (1) can be shown as follows:Now, we choose one positive definite Lyapunov function as follows:Thus, the fractional derivative of the Lyapunov function isBy inequality (4), according to (8), one has the following inequality:By the error dynamical system (6), inequality (9) can be changed as follows:Using , inequality (10) can be changed as follows: Due to and , thus, it can be obtained thatwhere .
According to the stability of fractional order systems [13, 14], inequality (13) indicates that origin of error system (6) is asymptotically stable in the sense of Lyapunov. This result indicates that the chaos synchronization between the fractional-order BLDCM system (5) and the fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) can be achieved. The proof is finished.

Remark 3. According to Theorem 2, if the chaos synchronization between the response system (5) and the drive system (1) is reached, the controller could decrease to zero.
Next, simulation results are given. In numerical simulation, we set initial conditions as and . The fractional-order is 0.975 in numerical simulation.

Case 1. Choosing and , thus and . According to Theorem 2, the chaos synchronization between the response fractional-order BLDCM system (5) and the drive fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) can be achieved. Figure 3 depicts the evolution of synchronization errors. Figure 4 shows the time series for controller .

Case 2. Choosing , thus and . According to Theorem 2, the response fractional-order BLDCM system (5) and the drive fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) can be synchronized. Figure 5 displays the evolution of synchronization errors. Figure 6 shows the time series for controller .

Case 3. Choosing and , thus and . According to Theorem 2, the chaos synchronization between the response fractional-order BLDCM system (5) and the drive fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system (1) can be arrived. Figure 7 displays the evolution of synchronization errors. Figure 8 shows the time series for controller .
According to Figures 38, the simulative results show the effectiveness of the proposed theorem in our paper.

4. Conclusions

In this paper, the chaos synchronization for a fractional-order BLDCM chaotic system is discussed. One feedback controller is given. By the extension of Lyapunov direct method for nonlinear fractional-order system, a Lyapunov candidate function is established, and the theoretical proof of chaos synchronization is given. Finally, the numerical results are given, and it shows that the chaos synchronization scheme in our paper is effective. Up to now, to the best of our knowledge, there are no similar results on chaos synchronization of the fractional-order chaotic BLDCM system.

Competing Interests

The authors declare no competing interests.

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