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2 April 2015 Non-linear control logics for vibrations suppression: a comparison between model-based and non-model-based techniques
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Non-linear behavior is present in many mechanical system operating conditions. In these cases, a common engineering practice is to linearize the equation of motion around a particular operating point, and to design a linear controller. The main disadvantage is that the stability properties and validity of the controller are local. In order to improve the controller performance, non-linear control techniques represent a very attractive solution for many smart structures. The aim of this paper is to compare non-linear model-based and non-model-based control techniques. In particular the model-based sliding-mode-control (SMC) technique is considered because of its easy implementation and the strong robustness of the controller even under heavy model uncertainties. Among the non-model-based control techniques, the fuzzy control (FC), allowing designing the controller according to if-then rules, has been considered. It defines the controller without a system reference model, offering many advantages such as an intrinsic robustness. These techniques have been tested on the pendulum nonlinear system.
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Francesco Ripamonti, Lorenzo Orsini, and Ferruccio Resta "Non-linear control logics for vibrations suppression: a comparison between model-based and non-model-based techniques", Proc. SPIE 9431, Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems 2015, 94312Q (2 April 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2084163
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