In this paper uncertain continuous-time nonlinear systems affine in the control variable and with saturated actuators are considered. The finite-time regulation problem of the system output to zero is then solved by proposing a generic Higher-Order Sliding Mode (HOSM) controller equipped with a novel mechanism to encounter the saturation limits, thus extending previous results on saturated control inputs valid only in case of specific r-order sliding mode algorithms. The so-called Bounded Integral Control (BIC) method is reformulated into the framework of continuous HOSM, so as to replace the traditional integrator used to generate the continuous signal directly fed into the plant. Stability conditions for tuning the proposed algorithm are provided, and a numerical example finally assesses the effectiveness of the proposed technique. (C) 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Higher-Order Sliding Mode design with Bounded Integral Control generation

Russo, A
Formal Analysis
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Cavallo, A
Supervision
2022

Abstract

In this paper uncertain continuous-time nonlinear systems affine in the control variable and with saturated actuators are considered. The finite-time regulation problem of the system output to zero is then solved by proposing a generic Higher-Order Sliding Mode (HOSM) controller equipped with a novel mechanism to encounter the saturation limits, thus extending previous results on saturated control inputs valid only in case of specific r-order sliding mode algorithms. The so-called Bounded Integral Control (BIC) method is reformulated into the framework of continuous HOSM, so as to replace the traditional integrator used to generate the continuous signal directly fed into the plant. Stability conditions for tuning the proposed algorithm are provided, and a numerical example finally assesses the effectiveness of the proposed technique. (C) 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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