09 August 2005
Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, a methodology of designing an adaptive sliding mode control (ASMC) scheme is proposed in this thesis for a class of linear dynamic systems with matched and mismatched perturbations. Firstly, by utilizing a pseudo control input in the design of a novel sliding surface function, one can not only suppress the mismatched perturbations in the sliding mode, but also achieve the objective of output tracking. In addition, the accuracy of output tracking can be adjusted through the designed parameter embedded in this pseudo controller. Then, a sliding mode controller is derived to guarantee the existence of the sliding mode in a finite time by using adaptive mechanism, which is used to overcome the lumped perturbations so that the upper bound of perturbations is not required. Finally, two illustrative examples are given to demonstrate the validity of the results.
Design of Adaptive Sliding Mode Controllers for System with Mismatched Uncertainty to Achieve Asymptotical StabilityGuo, Cang-zhi 27 July 2007 (has links)
Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, an adaptive sliding mode control scheme is proposed in this thesis for a class of mismatched perturbed multi-input multi-output (MIMO) dynamic systems to solve regualtion problems. The sliding surface function is firstly designed by treating some state variables as a pseudo controllers through the usage of sliding function to stabilize the rest of state variables. In this thesis the number of these pseudo controllers is less than that of the state variables to be stabilized. The second step is to design the controllers so that the trajectories of the controlled systems are able to reach sliding surface in a finite time. Some adaptive mechanisms are embedded in the sliding surface function and sliding mode controllers, so that not only the mismatched perturbations can be suppressed during the sliding mode, but also the information of upper bounds of some perturbations are not required when designing the sliding surface function and controllers. Once the controlled system enters the sliding mode, the state trajectories can achieve asymptotical stability under certain conditions. A numerical example and a practical example are given to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed design technique.
10 February 2010
Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, a modified stability analysis as well as a modified observer is proposed in this thesis for a class of uncertain nonlinear systems with an existent high gain observer. By assuming that the first two state variables are indirectly measurable, reanalyzing the stability of the error dynamics is presented first. The advantage of this modified analytic method is that the upper bound of the disturbance distribution functions is not required to be known in advance, and the asymptotic stability is still guaranteed. Next, based on this existent observer, a slightly modified observer is presented for systems with disturbances whose upper bound is unknown. An adaptive mechanism is embedded in the proposed observer, so that the upper bound of perturbations is not required to be known beforehand. The resultant dynamics of estimation errors can be driven into the sliding surface in a finite time, and guarantee asymptotic stability. A numerical example and a practical example are given to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed observer.
Design of Adaptive Sliding Mode Tracking Controllers for Chaotic Synchronization and Application to Secure CommunicationsWu, Shiue-Wei 31 August 2010 (has links)
Synchronization of two identical chaotic systems with matched and mismatched perturbations by utilizing adaptive sliding mode control (ASMC) technique is presented in this thesis. The sliding surface function is designed based on Lyapunov stability theorem and linear matrix inequality (LMI) optimization technique. Adaptive mechanisms embedded in the proposed control scheme are used to adapt the unknown upper bounds of the perturbations. The designed tracking controller can not only suppress the mismatched perturbations when the controlled dynamics (master-slave) are in the sliding mode, but also drive the trajectories of synchronization errors into a small bounded region whose size can be adjusted through the designed parameters. The stability of overall controlled synchronization systems is guaranteed. Application of proposed chaotic synchronization technique to secure communication as well as several numerical examples are given to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed design technique.
02 September 2005
Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, an adaptive sliding mode control scheme is proposed in this thesis for a class of mismatched perturbed multi-input multi-output (MIMO) dynamic systems to solve stabilization problems. In order to suppress the perturbations in the control systems, adaptive mechanisms are employed both in sliding function and control effort, so that the information of upperbound of some perturbations is not required when designing the proposed control scheme. Due to the novel design of sliding function, the state trajectories of this system can achieve asymptotical stability in the sliding mode even if mismatched perturbations exist. In addition, with an adaptive mechanism embedded in the proposed control scheme, the controller can drive the state's trajectory into the designated sliding surface in a finite time. A numerical example is demonstrated for showing the applicability of the proposed design technique.
18 January 2007
In this dissertation, four nonlinear controllers are proposed for different class of multi-input multi-output (MIMO) systems with matched and mismatched perturbations. All the plants to be controlled contains input uncertainty. The technique of the adaptive sliding mode control (ASMC) scheme is first introduced in order to solve the regulation or tracking problems. By applying adaptive techniques to the design of a novel sliding surface as well as to the design of sliding mode controller, one can not only enable the fulfillment of reaching mode in fi- nite time, but also suppress the mismatched perturbations when system is in the sliding mode. Secondly, the design methodology of block backstepping is proposed to solve the regulation problem in chapter 5. Some adaptive mechanisms are employed in the virtual input controller, so that the mismatched perturbations can be tackled and the proposed robust controller can guarantee stability of the controlled systems. All these control schemes are designed by means of Lyapunov stability theorem. Each robust controller contains two parts. The first part is for eliminating measurable feedback signals of the plant, and the second part is an adaptive control mechanism, which is capable of adapting some unknown constants embedded in the least upper bounds of perturbations, so that the knowledge of the least upper bounds of matched and mismatched perturbations is not required and can achieve asymptotic stability. Several numerical examples and industrial applications are demonstrated for showing the feasibility of the proposed control schemes.
17 January 2009
Based on the Lyapunov stability theorem, an adaptive variable structure observer and a controller are proposed in this thesis for a class of mismatched perturbed multi-input multi-output (MIMO) dynamic systems with unmeasurable states to solve regulation and tracking problems. In order to estimate the unmeasurable states, a design methodology of variable structure observers is presented first. Then the controller is designed so that the trajectories of the controlled systems are able to reach sliding surface in a finite time. Some adaptive mechanisms are embedded in the sliding surface function and sliding mode controllers, so that not only the mismatched perturbations are suppressed effectively during the sliding mode, but also the information of upper bounds of some perturbations are not required. When the controlled system is the sliding mode, the stability or asymptotical stability is guaranteed. A numerical example and a practical example are given to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed design technique.
Design of Adaptive Sliding Mode Controllers for Mismatched Perturbed Systems with Application to Underactuated SystemsHo, Chao-Heng 25 July 2011 (has links)
A methodology of designing an adaptive sliding mode controller for a class of nonlinear systems with matched and mismatched perturbations is proposed in this thesis. A specific designed sliding surface function is presented first, whose coefficients are determined by using Lyapunov stability theorem and linear matrix inequality (LMI) optimization technique. Without requiring the upper bounds of matched perturbations, the controller with adaptive mechanisms embedded is also designed by using Lyapunov stability theorem. The proposed control scheme not only can drive the trajectories of the controlled systems reach sliding surface in finite time, but also is able to suppress the mismatched perturbations when the controlled systems are in the sliding mode, and achieve asymptotic stability. In addition, the proposed control scheme can be directly applied to a class of underactuated systems. A numerical example and a practical experiment are given for demonstrating the feasibility of the proposed control scheme.
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Contribution to adaptative sliding mode, fault tolerant control and control allocation of wind turbine system / Contribution à la commande par modes glissants adaptative et tolérantes aux défauts : Application au système éolienLiu, Xinyi 25 November 2016 (has links)
Les principaux défis pour le déploiement de systèmes de conversion de l'énergie éolienne est de maximiser la puissance électrique produite, malgré les variations des conditions météorologiques, tout en minimisant les coûts de fabrication et de maintenance du système. L'efficacité de la turbine éolienne est fortement dépendante des perturbations de l'environnement et des paramètres variables du système, tels que la vitesse du vent et l'angle de tangage. Les incertitudes sur le système sont difficiles à modéliser avec précision alors qu'ils affectent sa stabilité.Afin d'assurer un état de fonctionnement optimal, malgré les perturbations, le commande adaptative peut jouer un rôle déterminant. D'autre part, la synthèse de commandes tolérantes aux défauts, capables de maintenir les éoliennes connectées au réseau après la survenance de certains défauts est indispensable pour le bon fonctionnement du réseau. Le travail de cette thèse porte sur la mise en place de lois de commande adaptatives et tolérantes aux défauts appliqués aux systèmes de conversion de l'énergie éolienne. Après un état de l'art, les contributions de la thèse sont :Dans la première partie de la thèse, un modèle incertain non linéaire du système de conversion d'énergie éolienne avec un générateur à induction à double alimentation est proposé. Une nouvelles approches de commande adaptative par mode glissant est synthétisée et ensuite appliquée pour optimiser l'énergie issue de l'éolienne.Dans la deuxième partie, une nouvelle commande par modes glissants tolérante aux défauts et basée sur les modes glissants intégrales est présentée. Puis, cette méthode est appliquée afin de forcer la vitesse de la turbine éolienne à sa valeur optimale en prenant en compte des défauts qui surviennent sur l'actionneur. / The main challenges for the deployment of wind energy conversion systems (WECS) are to maximize the amount of good quality electrical power extracted from wind energy over a significantly wide range of weather conditions and minimize both manufacturing and maintenance costs. Wind turbine's efficiency is highly dependent on environmental disturbances and varying parameters for operating conditions, such as wind speed, pitch angle, tip-speed ratio, sensitive resistor and inductance. Uncertainties on the system are hard to model exactly while it affects the stability of the system. In order to ensure an optimal operating condition, with unknown perturbations, adaptive control can play an important role. On the other hand, a Fault Tolerant Control (FTC) with control allocation that is able to maintain the WECS connected after the occurrence of certain faults can avoid major economic losses. The thesis work concerns the establishment of an adaptive control and fault diagnosis and tolerant control of WECS. After a literature review, the contributions of the thesis are:In the first part of the thesis, a nonlinear uncertain model of the wind energy conversion system with a doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) is proposed. A novel Lyapunov-based adaptive Sliding Mode (HOSM) controller is designed to optimize the generated power.In the second part, a new output integral sliding mode methodology for fault tolerant control with control allocation of linear time varying systems is presented. Then, this methodology has been applied in order to force the wind turbine speed to its optimal value the presence of faults in the actuator.
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