Date of Award
Master of Science in Engineering (MSE)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Feedback control systems, Control theory, Automatic control, Digital control systems
This paper proposed impulsive control algorithm for dynamic systems in the presence of unknown bounded disturbance. The impulsive control functions instantaneously (or in a short time) drive the system’s states to the origin (or to its small vicinity). The proposed sequential impulsive algorithm is comprised of the series of impulses described by Dirac delta function and its derivative. In order to apply these solutions to physical systems, the approximations of delta-type impulses are described in terms of physically realizable functions given by a piecewise-constant approximation. The efficacy of proposed control technique is confirmed via simulation of a case study, specifically, impulsive control of a DC motor, and is compared with hybrid twisting-impulsive control.
Green, Svetlana, "Impulsive control for the short time convergence of the second order system" (2015). Theses. 132.