By Nabil Derbel, Jawhar Ghommam, Quanmin Zhu

ISBN-10: 9811023735

ISBN-13: 9789811023736

ISBN-10: 9811023743

ISBN-13: 9789811023743

This booklet offers crucial reviews and purposes within the context of sliding mode regulate, highlighting the newest findings from interdisciplinary theoretical experiences, starting from computational set of rules improvement to consultant functions. Readers will simply tailor the recommendations to deal with their advert hoc functions.

To make the content material as obtainable as attainable, the booklet employs a transparent course in each one paper, relocating from history to motivation, to quantitative improvement (equations), and finally to case studies/illustrations/tutorials (simulations, reviews, curves, tables, etc.). although basically meant for graduate scholars, professors and researchers from similar fields, the e-book also will profit engineers and scientists from industry.

 

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3) mm sign(sm (k)) where Φ (Φ ∈ m×m ) is a diagonal matrix such 0 ≤ Φi, i < 1, ∀ i = 1 . . m and mi (mi ∈ ) is a positive gain. And sign is the signum function defined as: sign(si (k)) = −1 si si (k) < 0 ; 1 si si (k) > 0 i ∈ 1 ... m Using the considered reaching law, the sliding mode control law can be expressed as: ⎡ ⎤ m1 sign(s1 (k)) ⎢ ⎥ .. 4) ⎦ . mm sign(sm (k)) To study the robustness of the control law, we suppose that the system is subject to external disturbances as follows: x(k + 1) = Ax(k) + Bu(k) + f (k) where f (k) is the external disturbances vector.

Function S(t, x) and its derivative S(t, ˙ S(t, x) = 0 and S(t, x) = 0, a sliding mode control is applied to this new second order system. Therefore, we obtain the finite time convergence of S(t, x) and of its ˙ x) to zero. derivative S(t, Consider a dynamic system described by Eq. S. Nouri et al. 49) Using Eqs. 50) is a second order one. 51) The system whose input is u˙ (t) and whose output is σ(t, x) is of relative degree ‘one’, so a sliding mode can exist on σ(t, x) (Sira-Ramirez 1990). So the input u˙ (t) can be taken as: • u˙ (t) = −M sign (σ(t, x)).

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