Design of Observer based Compensators

Compensator. Design. In Chapters 2 and 3 it is shown that the assignment of poles to the state feedback loop and to the observer does not uniquely define the observer- based compensator in general. There exist additional degrees of ...

Author: Peter Hippe

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781848825376

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 285

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Design of Observer-based Compensators facilitates and adds transparency to design in the frequency domain which is not as well-established among control engineers as time domain design. The presentation of the design procedures starts with a review of the time domain results; therefore, the book also provides quick access to state space methods for control system design. Frequency domain design of observer-based compensators of all orders is covered. The design of decoupling and disturbance rejecting controllers is presented, and solutions are given to the linear quadratic and the model matching problems. The pole assignment design is facilitated by a new parametric approach in the frequency domain. Anti-windup control is also investigated in the framework of the polynomial approach. The discrete-time results for disturbance rejection and linear quadratic control are also presented. The book contains worked examples that can easily be reproduced by the reader, and the results are illustrated by simulations.

Linear State Space Control Systems

Design an observer-based compensator using the control law of CME7.1b. Use observer error eigenvalues that are the desired state feedback eigenvalues of CME7.1a scaled by 10. Compare open-loop, closed-loop with state feedback, ...

Author: Robert L. Williams, II

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471735557

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 480

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The book blends readability and accessibility common to undergraduate control systems texts with the mathematical rigor necessary to form a solid theoretical foundation. Appendices cover linear algebra and provide a Matlab overivew and files. The reviewers pointed out that this is an ambitious project but one that will pay off because of the lack of good up-to-date textbooks in the area.

System Structure and Control 1992

allow a straightforward frequency domain design of observer-based compensators [3] - can be used in the parametrization of all stabilizing compensators - reduce the numerial problems arising in polynomial operations by keeping the ...

Author: V. Strejc

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483297927

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 504

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Provides a useful reference source on system structure and control. Covers, linear systems, nonlinear systems, robust control, implicit system, chaotic systems, singular and time-varying systems.

Disturbance Observer Based Control

Based on the disturbance estimate of NDO (7.2), a composite control law as u = α(x) + β(x)ˆd is designed in this chapter to remove the influence of the lumped disturbance from the output channel by appropriately designing a compensation ...

Author: Shihua Li

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466515802

Category: Computers

Page: 340

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Due to its abilities to compensate disturbances and uncertainties, disturbance observer based control (DOBC) is regarded as one of the most promising approaches for disturbance-attenuation. One of the first books on DOBC, Disturbance Observer Based Control: Methods and Applications presents novel theory results as well as best practices for applica

Nonlinear Control Systems Design 1989

Design, Capri, Italy 1989 NONLINEAR IDENTIFICATION AND OBSERVER BASED COMPENSATION OF FRICTION IN MECHANICAL SYSTEMS J. C. Maron Institut für Regelungstechnik, Fachgebiet Regelsystemtechnik und Prozeßlenkung, Technische Hochschule ...

Author: A. Isidori

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483298924

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 421

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In the last two decades, the development of specific methodologies for the control of systems described by nonlinear mathematical models has attracted an ever increasing interest. New breakthroughs have occurred which have aided the design of nonlinear control systems. However there are still limitations which must be understood, some of which were addressed at the IFAC Symposium in Capri. The emphasis was on the methodological developments, although a number of the papers were concerned with the presentation of applications of nonlinear design philosophies to actual control problems in chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering.

Observers for Linear Systems

Chapter 8 Observer-based Compensation in the Frequency Domain 8.1 INTRODUCTION Since the publication of [R10], ... response methods, suitably generalized, have to offer in the analysis and design of linear multivariable systems.

Author: John O'Reilly

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0080959997

Category: Mathematics

Page: 246

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My aim, in writing this monograph, has been to remedy this omission by presenting a comprehensive and unified theory of observers for continuous-time and discrete -time linear systems. The book is intended for post-graduate students and researchers specializing in control systems, now a core subject in a number of disciplines. Forming, as it does, a self-contained volume it should also be of service to control engineers primarily interested in applications, and to mathematicians with some exposure to control problems.

Advances in Sliding Mode Control

The design procedure and its advantages have been illustrated through a numerical example. ... Er, M.J., Anderson, B.D.O.: Design of reduced-order multirate output linear functional observer-based compensator.

Author: B Bandyopadhyay

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642369865

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 381

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The sliding mode control paradigm has become a mature technique for the design of robust controllers for a wide class of systems including nonlinear, uncertain and time-delayed systems. This book is a collection of plenary and invited talks delivered at the 12th IEEE International Workshop on Variable Structure System held at the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India in January 2012. After the workshop, these researchers were invited to develop book chapters for this edited collection in order to reflect the latest results and open research questions in the area. The contributed chapters have been organized by the editors to reflect the various themes of sliding mode control which are the current areas of theoretical research and applications focus; namely articulation of the fundamental underpinning theory of the sliding mode design paradigm, sliding modes for decentralized system representations, control of time-delay systems, the higher order sliding mode concept, results applicable to nonlinear and underactuated systems, sliding mode observers, discrete sliding mode control together with cutting edge research contributions in the application of the sliding mode concept to real world problems. This book provides the reader with a clear and complete picture of the current trends in Variable Structure Systems and Sliding Mode Control Theory.

Windup in Control

International Journal of Control 49, 1143–1162 (1989) Hippe, P.: A nonminimal representation of reduced-order observers. Automatica 26, 405–409 (1990) Hippe, P.: Design of observer based compensators: the polynomial approach.

Author: Peter Hippe

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781846283239

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 314

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Actuator saturation is probably the most frequent nonlinearity encountered in control applications. Input saturation leads to controller windup, removable by structural modification during compensator realization and plant windup which calls for additional dynamics. This book presents solutions to the windup prevention problem for stable and unstable single-input-single-output and multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) systems.

Delay Compensation for Nonlinear Adaptive and PDE Systems

In Section 17.3 we combine an ODE observer with the full-state feedback compensator of the heat PDE actuator dynamics in Chapter 15 and establish a form of a separation principle, where the observer-based compensator is stabilizing for ...

Author: Miroslav Krstic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780817648770

Category: Mathematics

Page: 466

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Shedding light on new opportunities in predictor feedback, this book significantly broadens the set of techniques available to a mathematician or engineer working on delay systems. It is a collection of tools and techniques that make predictor feedback ideas applicable to nonlinear systems, systems modeled by PDEs, systems with highly uncertain or completely unknown input/output delays, and systems whose actuator or sensor dynamics are modeled by more general hyperbolic or parabolic PDEs, rather than by pure delay. Replete with examples, Delay Compensation for Nonlinear, Adaptive, and PDE Systems is an excellent reference guide for graduate students, researchers, and professionals in mathematics, systems control, as well as chemical, mechanical, electrical, computer, aerospace, and civil/structural engineering. Parts of the book may be used in graduate courses on general distributed parameter systems, linear delay systems, PDEs, nonlinear control, state estimator and observers, adaptive control, robust control, or linear time-varying systems.

Observer Based Fault Diagnosis and Fault Tolerant Control for Switched Systems

By utilizing the reduced-order rank observer method and switched Lyapunov function technique, FE and compensation for ... are studied in this work, and an efficient reduced-order rank observer design is obtained in the form of LMI.

Author: Dongsheng Du

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811590733

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 280

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This book focuses on the fault diagnosis observer design for the switched system. Model-based fault diagnosis and fault tolerant control are one of the most popular research directions in recent decades. It contains eight chapters. Every chapter is independent in the method of observer design, but all chapters are around the same topic. Besides, in each chapter, the model description and theoretical results are firstly provided, then some practical application examples are illustrated to prove the obtained results. The advanced theoretical methodologies will benefit researchers or engineers in the area of safety engineering and the arrangement of the structure will help the readers to understand the content easily.