For Brush-less DC motors to function better under various operating settings, such as constant load situations, variable loading situations, and variable set speed situations, speed controller design is essential. Conventional controllers including proportional integral controllers, frequently fall short of efficiency expectations and this is mostly because the characteristics of a Brush-less DC motor drive exhibit non linearity. This work proposes a hybrid gray wolf optimization and proportional integral controller for management of the speed in Brush-less DC motors to address this issue. For constant load conditions, varying load . . .situations and varying set speed situations, the proposed controller’s efficiency is evaluated and contrasted with that of PID controller, PSO-PI controller, and ANFIS. In this study, two PI controller are used to get the more stability of the system based on tuning of their coefficients with meta heuristic method. The simulation findings show that Hybrid GWO-PI-based controllers are in every way superior to other controllers under consideration. In this study, four case studies are presented, and the best-case study was obtained 0.18619, 0.01928, 0.00030, and 0.01233 for RMSE, IAE, ITAE, and ISE respectively
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