DOI: 10.3390/axioms12090852 ISSN:

Enhanced Remora Optimization with Deep Learning Model for Intelligent PMSM Drives Temperature Prediction in Electric Vehicles

Abdul Latif, Ibrahim M. Mehedi, Mahendiran T. Vellingiri, Rahtul Jannat Meem, Thangam Palaniswamy
  • Geometry and Topology
  • Logic
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Algebra and Number Theory
  • Analysis

One of the widespread electric motors for electric vehicles (EVs) is permanent magnet synchronous machine (PMSM) drives. It is because of the power density and high energy of the PMSM with moderate assembly cost. The widely adopted PMSM as the motor of choice for EVs, together with variety of applications urges stringent monitoring of temperature to ignore high temperatures. Temperature monitoring of the PMSM is highly complex to accomplish because of complex measurement device for internal components of the PMSM. Temperature values beyond a certain range might result in additional maintenance costs together with major operational problems in PMSM. The latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning (DL) methods pave a way for accurate temperature prediction in PMSM drivers. With this motivation, this article introduces an enhanced remora optimization algorithm with stacked bidirectional long short-term memory (EROA-SBiLSTM) approach for temperature prediction of the PMSM drives. The presented EROA-SBiLSTM technique mainly focuses on effectual temperature prediction using DL and hyperparameter tuning schemes. To accomplish this, the EROA-SBiLSTM technique applies Pearson correlation coefficient analysis for observing the correlation among various features, and the p-value is utilized for determining the relevant level. Next, the SBiLSTM model is used to predict the level of temperature that exists in the PMSM drivers. Finally, the EROA based hyperparameter tuning process is carried out to adjust the SBiLSTM parameters optimally. The experimental outcome of the EROA-SBiLSTM technique is tested using electric motor temperature dataset from the Kaggle dataset. The comprehensive study specifies the betterment of the EROA-SBiLSTM technique.

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