Discrete-time Sliding Mode Control: A Multirate Output by B. Bandyopadhyay

By B. Bandyopadhyay

Sliding mode keep watch over is an easy and but strong regulate method, the place the procedure states are made to restrict to a particular subset. With the expanding use of desktops and discrete-time samplers in controller implementation within the fresh earlier, discrete-time structures and computing device established regulate became very important subject matters. This monograph provides an output suggestions sliding mode regulate philosophy which might be utilized to nearly all controllable and observable platforms, whereas whilst being uncomplicated sufficient as to not tax the pc an excessive amount of. it really is proven that the answer are available within the synergy of the multirate output sampling proposal and the idea that of discrete-time sliding mode keep an eye on.

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6) and assuming an initial state (0) to obtain (0) = − eT Hτ −1 eT Sτ (0) + η0 − vd (1) ρ Proof of Convergence When the control input derived from Eqn. 2 MROF-DSMC for Matched Uncertainty 31 v(µ) = η(µ − 1) − η0 + g(µ − 2) − g0 ε thus |v(µ)| = |η(µ − 1) − η0 + g(µ − 2) − g0 | ≤ |η(µ − 1) − η0 | + |g(µ − 2) − g0 | = fd + fe |v(µ)| ≤ fd + fe giving a sliding mode band of fy ≤ fd + fe . 3 Numerical Example Example 1 Consider the system cited in [7] (µ + 1) = 1 1 0 0ρ5 (µ) = 1 0 (µ) + 0 0 (µ) + ε 1 1 (µ)ρ The sliding line is chosen as eT = 1 1 ρ Computation of the parameters gives −0ρ707 0ρ707 0ρ293 −0ρ707 0 ε Mu = ε Md = −0ρ854 0ρ854 1ρ146 −0ρ854 1 ηu = ηl = 1ε gu = gl = 1ρ5ε fd = fe = 0ε µ ∗ = 15 My = For an initial condition (0) = 1000 0 control input is derived to be (µ) = 1ρ987 −2ρ987 k T ε using Eqn.

This prompted the development of output feedback sliding mode control strategies [18,48,83]. However, these control strategies also have certain shortcomings. Sliding mode control strategies based on static output feedback may not exist for control for all controllable and observable linear systems, whereas dynamic controllers would increase the complexity of the system. In the following chapters, discrete-time sliding mode control strategies based on multirate output feedback [29] are discussed.

2, any state feedback based control algorithm may be converted to an output feedback based control algorithm by the use of multirate output feedback concept. 4) (µ)ρ A stable sliding surface is designed as v(µ) = eT (µ) = 0ε eT = −0ρ8 1 . The observability index of the system is 2. Hence, choosing P = 2 and the controller parameters as τ = 1ε > = 0ρ1, the multirate output feedback based quasi-sliding mode controller can be derived to be (µ) = −1ρ68 1ρ7 T −0ρ01sgn k + 0ρ96(µ − 1) −1ρ2 0ρ35 T k + 1ρ05(µ − 1) ρ The system responses are shown in Fig.

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