Sliding Mode Control and Observation

Sliding Mode Control and Observation Author Yuri Shtessel
ISBN-10 9780817648930
Release 2013-06-01
Pages 356
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The sliding mode control methodology has proven effective in dealing with complex dynamical systems affected by disturbances, uncertainties and unmodeled dynamics. Robust control technology based on this methodology has been applied to many real-world problems, especially in the areas of aerospace control, electric power systems, electromechanical systems, and robotics. Sliding Mode Control and Observation represents the first textbook that starts with classical sliding mode control techniques and progresses toward newly developed higher-order sliding mode control and observation algorithms and their applications. The present volume addresses a range of sliding mode control issues, including: *Conventional sliding mode controller and observer design *Second-order sliding mode controllers and differentiators *Frequency domain analysis of conventional and second-order sliding mode controllers *Higher-order sliding mode controllers and differentiators *Higher-order sliding mode observers *Sliding mode disturbance observer based control *Numerous applications, including reusable launch vehicle and satellite formation control, blood glucose regulation, and car steering control are used as case studies Sliding Mode Control and Observation is aimed at graduate students with a basic knowledge of classical control theory and some knowledge of state-space methods and nonlinear systems, while being of interest to a wider audience of graduate students in electrical/mechanical/aerospace engineering and applied mathematics, as well as researchers in electrical, computer, chemical, civil, mechanical, aeronautical, and industrial engineering, applied mathematicians, control engineers, and physicists. Sliding Mode Control and Observation provides the necessary tools for graduate students, researchers and engineers to robustly control complex and uncertain nonlinear dynamical systems. Exercises provided at the end of each chapter make this an ideal text for an advanced course taught in control theory.



Sliding Mode Control for Synchronous Electric Drives

Sliding Mode Control for Synchronous Electric Drives Author Sergey E. Ryvkin
ISBN-10 9780203181386
Release 2011-11-21
Pages 208
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This volume presents the theory of control systems with sliding mode applied to electrical motors and power converters. It demonstrates the methodology of control design and the original algorithms of control and observation. Practically all semiconductor devices are used in power converters, that feed electrical motors, as power switches. A switching mode offers myriad attractive, inherent properties from a control viewpoint, especially a sliding mode. Sliding mode control supplies high dynamics to systems, invariability of systems to changes of their parameters and of exterior loads in combination with simplicity of design. Unlike linear control, switching sliding mode control does not replace the control system, but uses the natural properties of the control plant system effectively to ensure high control quality. This is the first text that thoroughly describes the application of the highly theoretical control design approach to synchronous drives in practice. It examines in detail the different features of various types of synchronous motors and converters with regard to sliding mode control design. It further presents a detailed analysis of control issues and mechanical coordinate observation design for various types of synchronous motors, of power converters, and various drive control structures. It also discusses the digital implementation of control, observation and identification algorithms. The potential of sliding mode control and observation are moreover demonstrated in numerical and experimental results from real control plants. This work is intended for professionals and advanced students who work in the field of electric drive control. It is also recommended to experts in control theory application, who work with sliding modes for the control of electrical motors and power converters.



Recent Trends in Sliding Mode Control

Recent Trends in Sliding Mode Control Author Leonid Fridman
ISBN-10 9781785610769
Release 2016
Pages 438
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In control theory, sliding mode control, or SMC, is a nonlinear control method that alters the dynamics of a nonlinear system by application of a discontinuous control signal that forces the system to 'slide' along a cross-section of the system's normal behaviour. This book describes recent advances in the theory, properties, methods and applications of SMC. The book is organised into four parts. The first part is devoted to the design of higher-order sliding-mode controllers, with specific designs presented in the context of disturbance rejection by means of observation and identification. The second part offers a set of tools for establishing different dynamic properties of systems with discontinuous right-hand sides. Time discretization is addressed in the third part. First-order sliding modes are discretized using an implicit scheme - higher-order sliding-mode differentiators, typically used in output-feedback schemes, are discretized in such a way that the optimal accuracy of their continuous-time counterparts is restored. The last part is dedicated to applications. In the context of energy conversion, sliding-mode control is applied to variable-speed wind turbines, fuel cell coupled to a power converter, rugged DC series motors and rectifiers with unity power factor, and electropneumatic actuator. Finally, an event-triggered sliding-mode scheme is proposed for networked control systems subject to packet loss, jitter and delayed transmissions.



Modern Sliding Mode Control Theory

Modern Sliding Mode Control Theory Author Giorgio Bartolini
ISBN-10 9783540790150
Release 2008-04-24
Pages 468
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This concise book covers modern sliding mode control theory. The authors identify key contributions defining the theoretical and applicative state-of-the-art of the sliding mode control theory and the most promising trends of the ongoing research activities.



Sliding Mode Observation and Control for Semiactive Vehicle Suspensions

Sliding Mode Observation and Control for Semiactive Vehicle Suspensions Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:656418620
Release 2001
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This thesis investigates the application of robust, nonlinear observation and control strategies, namely sliding mode observation and control (SMOC), to semiactive vehicle suspensions using amodel reference approach. The vehicle suspension models include realistic nonlinearities in thespring and magnetorheological (MR) damper elements, and the nonlinear reference models incorpo-rateskyhook damping. Since full state measurement is difficult to achieve in practice, a sliding modeobserver (SMO) that requires only suspension deflection as a measured input is developed. The per-formanceand robustness of sliding mode control (SMC), SMO, and SMOC is demonstrated throughcomprehensive computer simulations and compared to popular alternatives. The results of thesesimulations reveal the benefits of sliding mode observation and control for improved ride quality, and should be directly transferable to commercial semiactive vehicle suspension implementations.



Sliding Mode Control In Engineering

Sliding Mode Control In Engineering Author Wilfrid Perruquetti
ISBN-10 0203910850
Release 2002-01-29
Pages 432
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Provides comprehensive coverage of the most recent developments in the theory of non-Archimedean pseudo-differential equations and its application to stochastics and mathematical physics--offering current methods of construction for stochastic processes in the field of p-adic numbers and related structures. Develops a new theory for parabolic equations over non-Archimedean fields in relation to Markov processes.



Advances and Applications in Sliding Mode Control systems

Advances and Applications in Sliding Mode Control systems Author Ahmad Taher Azar
ISBN-10 9783319111735
Release 2014-11-01
Pages 590
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This book describes the advances and applications in Sliding mode control (SMC) which is widely used as a powerful method to tackle uncertain nonlinear systems. The book is organized into 21 chapters which have been organised by the editors to reflect the various themes of sliding mode control. The book provides the reader with a broad range of material from first principles up to the current state of the art in the area of SMC and observation presented in a clear, matter-of-fact style. As such it is appropriate for graduate students with a basic knowledge of classical control theory and some knowledge of state-space methods and nonlinear systems. The resulting design procedures are emphasized using Matlab/Simulink software.



Robust Output LQ Optimal Control via Integral Sliding Modes

Robust Output LQ Optimal Control via Integral Sliding Modes Author Leonid Fridman
ISBN-10 9780817649623
Release 2014-07-08
Pages 149
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Featuring original research from well-known experts in the field of sliding mode control, this book presents new design schemes for a useful and practical optimal control with very few impractical assumptions. The results presented allow optimal control theory to grow in its applicability to real-world systems. On the cutting-edge of optimal control research, this book is an excellent resource for both graduate students and researchers in engineering, mathematics, and optimal control.



Variable Structure Systems

Variable Structure Systems Author Asif Sabanovic
ISBN-10 9780863413506
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 409
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This unique book fulfils the definite need for an accessible book on variable structure systems and also provides the very latest results in research on this topic. Divided into three parts - basics of sliding mode control, new trends in sliding mode control, and applications of sliding mode control - the book contains many numerical design examples, so that readers can quickly understand the design methodologies and their applications to practical problems. Primarily aimed at students and researchers in the field, the book will also be useful for practising control engineers.



Hybrid Dynamical Systems

Hybrid Dynamical Systems Author Mohamed Djemai
ISBN-10 3319107941
Release 2014-11-03
Pages 332
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This book is a collection of contributions defining the state of current knowledge and new trends in hybrid systems – systems involving both continuous dynamics and discrete events – as described by the work of several well-known groups of researchers. Hybrid Dynamical Systems presents theoretical advances in such areas as diagnosability, observability and stabilization for various classes of system. Continuous and discrete state estimation and self-triggering control of nonlinear systems are advanced. The text employs various methods, among them, high-order sliding modes, Takagi–Sugeno representation and sampled-data switching to achieve its ends. The many applications of hybrid systems from power converters to computer science are not forgotten; studies of flexible-joint robotic arms and – as representative biological systems – the behaviour of the human heart and vasculature, demonstrate the wide-ranging practical significance of control in hybrid systems. The cross-disciplinary origins of study in hybrid systems are evident. Academic researchers and graduate students interested in hybrid and switched systems need look no further than Hybrid Dynamical Systems for a single source which will bring them up to date with work in this area from around the world.



Sliding Mode Based Analysis and Identification of Vehicle Dynamics

Sliding Mode Based Analysis and Identification of Vehicle Dynamics Author Hocine Imine
ISBN-10 9783642222245
Release 2011-07-14
Pages 127
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Vehicles are complex mechanical systems with strong nonlinear characteristics and which can present some uncertainties due to their dynamic parameters such as masses, inertias, suspension springs, tires side slip coefficients, etc. A vehicle is composed of many parts, namely the unsprung mass, the sprung mass, the suspension which makes the link between these two masses and therefore ensures passenger comfort, and also the pneumatic which absorbs the energy coming from the road and ensures contact between the vehicle and the road. In addition to its complexity and the presence of many nonlinearities and uncertainties, the presence of some external perturbations, such as the wind and the road inputs with its own characteristics (radius of curvature, longitudinal and lateral slop, road profile and skid resistance) can cause risks not only to the vehicle but also to passengers and other road users. Many methods have been developed in order to understand the behavior of a vehicle ( light and heavy vehicle), control it and assist the driver in order to avoid possible lane departures, rollover or jackknifing risks, to ensure a better passenger comfort by means of a suspension control and/or to estimate a safety speed and trajectory.



Sliding Mode Control in Electro Mechanical Systems Second Edition

Sliding Mode Control in Electro Mechanical Systems  Second Edition Author Vadim Utkin
ISBN-10 9781420065619
Release 2009-05-01
Pages 503
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Apply Sliding Mode Theory to Solve Control Problems Interest in SMC has grown rapidly since the first edition of this book was published. This second edition includes new results that have been achieved in SMC throughout the past decade relating to both control design methodology and applications. In that time, Sliding Mode Control (SMC) has continued to gain increasing importance as a universal design tool for the robust control of linear and nonlinear electro-mechanical systems. Its strengths result from its simple, flexible, and highly cost-effective approach to design and implementation. Most importantly, SMC promotes inherent order reduction and allows for the direct incorporation of robustness against system uncertainties and disturbances. These qualities lead to dramatic improvements in stability and help enable the design of high-performance control systems at low cost. Written by three of the most respected experts in the field, including one of its originators, this updated edition of Sliding Mode Control in Electro-Mechanical Systems reflects developments in the field over the past decade. It builds on the solid fundamentals presented in the first edition to promote a deeper understanding of the conventional SMC methodology, and it examines new design principles in order to broaden the application potential of SMC. SMC is particularly useful for the design of electromechanical systems because of its discontinuous structure. In fact, where the hardware of many electromechanical systems (such as electric motors) prescribes discontinuous inputs, SMC becomes the natural choice for direct implementation. This book provides a unique combination of theory, implementation issues, and examples of real-life applications reflective of the authors’ own industry-leading work in the development of robotics, automobiles, and other technological breakthroughs.



Proceedings TENCON 93

Proceedings TENCON  93 Author Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Beijing Section
ISBN-10 780003285X
Release 1993
Pages 595
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TENCON IEEE Region 10 International Conference Proceedings

TENCON     IEEE Region 10 International Conference Proceedings Author Baozong Yuan
ISBN-10 0780312325
Release 1990
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Tencon

Tencon Author Baozong Yuan
ISBN-10 0780312325
Release 1991
Pages 3200
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Molekulare Zellbiologie

Molekulare Zellbiologie Author Arnold Berk
ISBN-10 9783110810578
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 1491
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New Trends in Optimal Filtering and Control for Polynomial and Time Delay Systems

New Trends in Optimal Filtering and Control for Polynomial and Time Delay Systems Author Michael Basin
ISBN-10 9783540708025
Release 2008-09-23
Pages 208
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0. 1 Introduction Although the general optimal solution of the ?ltering problem for nonlinear state and observation equations confused with white Gaussian noises is given by the Kushner equation for the conditional density of an unobserved state with respect to obser- tions (see [48] or [41], Theorem 6. 5, formula (6. 79) or [70], Subsection 5. 10. 5, formula (5. 10. 23)), there are a very few known examples of nonlinear systems where the Ku- ner equation can be reduced to a ?nite-dimensional closed system of ?ltering eq- tions for a certain number of lower conditional moments. The most famous result, the Kalman-Bucy ?lter [42], is related to the case of linear state and observation equations, where only two moments, the estimate itself and its variance, form a closed system of ?ltering equations. However, the optimal nonlinear ?nite-dimensional ?lter can be - tained in some other cases, if, for example, the state vector can take only a ?nite number of admissible states [91] or if the observation equation is linear and the drift term in the 2 2 state equation satis?es the Riccati equation df /dx + f = x (see [15]). The complete classi?cation of the “general situation” cases (this means that there are no special - sumptions on the structure of state and observation equations and the initial conditions), where the optimal nonlinear ?nite-dimensional ?lter exists, is given in [95].