Thereby the sliding mode controller (SMC) is presented in chapter 3.
This thesis presents three methods to study continuous-time linear weakly coupled systems using sliding mode control.
Microstructural viscoplastic continuum model for asphalt concrete.
Control and analysis techniques in switched-mode inversion (dc-ac) and rectification (ac-dc) are examined in this thesis. Current programming and sliding mode control are used to provide regulation and obtain desired dynamic responses. The basic buck, boost, flyback, and buck-boost topologies are used to illustrate the different methods of control and analysis. For illustration, embodiments employ fast switching converters, but the techniques described can be applied to any general converter.Different possibilities for the current programming of dc-ac inverters and ac-dc rectifiers are explored and the more practical and advantageous methods noted. Current reference programming improves the dynamic response of the converter and simplifies the design of the main regulatory loop. It also protects the switches from excessive current stresses and enables the parallel operation of many converters to support a common load. Constant frequency current reference programmed converters are, however, subject to oscillations under certain operating conditions.Describing equations are used to obtain the low frequency characterization of current programmed converters. The system representation is first obtained in the stationary abc reference frame and then transformed to the rotating dq coordinate frame. In the dq coordinate system, the low frequency characterizations of all balanced, polyphase ac converter systems are represented by a set of continuous, time-invariant differential equations. The steady-state and linearized, small signal dynamic responses are then obtained in this rotating reference frame.Sliding mode control is applied to inverters and rectifiers to provide regulation and ensure the stability of the system in the presence of small and large signal disturbances. This is a natural method of control for variable structure systems and enables the design of a robust controller that can provide stability and performance in the face of plant uncertainities. However, it requires that all or many of the states of the system be accessible and results in a variable switching frequency in the converter.The equivalent control method is used to obtain the low frequency properties of the sliding mode system, and can also be used to obtain the low frequency models of duty ratio programmed converters. Different switching strategies can be used to provide sliding mode control, as well as to optimize responses, maximize efficiency, or minimize switching losses. Practical aspects such as hardware implementation, switch realization, and measurement techniques are also discussed.
Sliding mode control (SMC) shows its potential to the control of PEA, by which the hysteresis and other nonlinear effects can be regard as disturbance to the dynamic model and thus rejected or compensated by its switching control.
Thesis: Sliding Mode Control: theoretical developments …
Introduction to nonlinear phenomena in dynamical systems. A study of the major techniques of nonlinear system analysis including phase plane analysis and Lyapunov stability theory. Application of the analytical techniques to control system design including feedback linearization, backstepping and sliding mode control. Prerequisite(s): or permission of instructor.
 Chen Wei, Chen Yankun, Li Hongfeng and Song Zhanfeng, “Sensorless control of permanent magnet synchronous motor based on sliding mode observer,”IEEE 7th Int.
Sliding mode control of power converters - …
Control and analysis techniques in switched-mode inversion (dc-ac) and rectification (ac-dc) are examined in this thesis. Current programming and sliding mode control are used to provide regulation and obtain desired dynamic responses. The basic buck, boost, flyback, and buck-boost topologies are used to illustrate the different methods of control and analysis. For illustration, embodiments employ fast switching converters, but the techniques described can be applied to any general converter.
To implement SMC in digital computers, this research is aimed at developing novel discrete models and discrete SMC (DSMC)-based control schemes for PEAs, along with their experimental validation.
Sliding Mode Control of DC-DC Switching Converters …
Higher-Order Sliding Mode Control - Stability analysis …
This thesis proposes a sliding mode control law for the tracking control of an underactuated dynamic system.
Stabilization of slugging by sliding mode control - BIBSYS
(1986) Sliding mode control of power converters. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology.
Sliding Mode Controller Design for ABS System
The second part of the thesis presents the extension of the developed modeling and control methods to multi-DOF PEAs.
"Sliding Mode Control of MIMO Non-Square Systems …
This paper presents the modeling and controller design of the PV charger system implemented with the single-ended primary inductance converter (SEPIC).
SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF ACTIVE SUSPENSION …
Policy framework and conduct of comprehensive ergonomic survey of Nigerian adult was a suggested solutions to the continue health hazard imposed by the unfit vehicle imported into the country.
Key words: Ergonomics, Risk Factors, models, in-vehicle elements, Driver‟s interface.
 Pope, M., Magnusson, M., Lundstrom, R., Hulshof, C., Verbeek, J., Bovenzi, M.,.
Discrete Modeling and Sliding Mode Control of Piezoelectric Actuators
The designed SEPIC employs the peak-current-mode control with the current command generated from the input PV voltage regulating loop, where the voltage command is determined by both the PV module maximum power point tracking (MPPT) control loop and the battery charging loop.
Sliding Mode Observer Based Sensorless Control of …
The studied power system is a simple five-bus system.
Key words: SVC, load models, location of SVCs, voltage control.
Nonlinear adaptive sliding mode control for ..
"Automatic Design and Optimization of Wind Turbine Blades" International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modeling Control and Automation, and International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce 0-7695-2731-0/06,IEEE.
 Arvind Singh Rathore et al., "Design and Analysis of Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Rotor"., International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST) Vol.
Sliding mode control of motions of towed ships. : …
The essential features of UPFC controller and mathematical & simulation model was discussed The opportunities arise through the ability of this controller to control the interrelated parameters including series impedance, shunt impedance, current, voltage, phase angle and the damping of oscillations at various frequencies below the rated frequency are addressed.
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