per
Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
1
12
article
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Sensor Fault Compensation via Fault Tolerant Sliding Mode Controller
Moosa Ayati
m.ayati@ut.ac.ir
1
Hamid Nikbakht
nikhamidreza@gmail.com
2
The fault tolerant controller (FTC) issue is one of the most important subjects in the system theory and control engineering which has many practical and industrial applications. In This paper, a new FTC has been designed in order to detect and compensate the sensors faults of permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM). To achieve this goal, sliding mode controller (SMC) and PMSM vector control have been used. In the faulty conditions, in order to achieve control purposes, two sliding mode observers (SMO) estimate the speed and currents of motor. The observers create virtual sensors for the feedback control. If sensors face with a condition that cause any fault, the FTC detects the fault and the virtual sensors are immediately used for sensorless control of motor. The stability of the closed-loop system has been investigated by the Lyapunov stability theory. Simulation results confirm good performance of the proposed FTC for PMSM.
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-376-en.pdf
Permanent magnet synchronous motor
Sliding mode controller
Sliding mode observer
Fault tolerant controller
Sensorless control.
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Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
13
23
article
Design of Radome Compensator in Guidance Loop Using Frequency Response Shaping
Mahdi Khosravi Samamani
mahdi.kh65@yahoo.com
1
Mohammad Javad Moafi Madani
javadmadany@yahoo.com
2
Mahdi Nikusokhan
nikusokhan@ae.sharif.edu
3
Iman Mohammadzaman
moahmmadzaman@modares.ac.ir
4
KNTU
MUT
Sharif UT
MUT
Radome causes refraction of the incoming rardar wave in radar-guided interceptors, thus having a destabilizing effect on the guidance loop, especially at high altitudes. Therefore, a compensator is required to maintain the stability of the guidance loop and causes minimum miss distance in the presence of radome error. From the control perspective, Radome causes an unwanted feedback that is not similar to the conventional feedback loops, in which output must follow a desired control signal. In this paper, the desired closed-loop response is determined first, then a novel approach is proposed to shape the frequency response of the feedforward path so that the stability and performance requirements are satisfied . Frequency response is shaped by linear matrix inequality (LMI) tools and v-gap metric is used to select the best frequency response. Simulation results show that the designed compensator drastically decreases the miss distance, while the stability is guaranteed.
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-257-en.pdf
Radome error
guidance loop stability
loop shaping
linear matrix inequality
v-gap metric
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Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
25
38
article
Design of Robust Control Law for Stabilization of Singular Systems with Time-Varying Delay in The Presence of Model Uncertainty and Input Amplitude Constraint
maryam Asadi nia
m.asadinia@sutech.ac.ir
1
Tahereh Binazadeh
binazadeh@sutech.ac.ir
2
This paper investigates the problem of robust stabilization of uncertain singular systems with time-varying delay in the presence of model uncertainties and input amplitude constraint. Here, the purpose of robust stabilization is to design a saturated state feedback such that the closed-loop system is regular, impulse free and stable for all admissible uncertainties. The time- delay has been considered to be time-varying with known lower and upper bound. The problem of stabilization is studied in two cases. First, the robust stabilization problem is considered for the singular systems with time-varying delay in the presence of actuator saturation and model uncertainties. In this case, the existence conditions of robust stabilizing delay-independent state feedback controller are given via the linear matrix inequalities. Additionally, an estimation of the domain of attraction of the closed-looped system is proposed in the related theorem. In the second case, delay-dependent criteria for robust stability of uncertain time-delay singular systems with constrained input is given in two theorems. These theorems investigate delay-independent stability conditions via the linear matrix inequalities for constant and time-varying delay. Also, the domain of attraction for the closed-looped system is estimated in this case, too. Finally, practical and
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-368-en.pdf
Time-varying singular systems
Robust stability
Input amplitude constraint
Model uncertainty.
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Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
39
51
article
Model Predictive Controller Based on Steady-State Value of Control Signal, Analytically Tuning and Closed-Loop Studies
Peyman Bagheri
Pbagheri@tabrizu.ac.ir
1
Tabriz University- Electrical and Computer Engineering
There are two approaches to guarantee zero steady-state error in step reference tracking and step disturbance rejection in model predictive controllers. In the first scheme, which is more prevalent, integrator is added to the model of the system. In generalized predictive control and dynamic matrix control, this structure is used. In second scheme, the desired steady-state value of control signal is used in cost function of predictive controller. Due to substantial characteristics of second scheme, in this paper it is tried to propose an analytically tuning method for these predictive controllers. Besides, many industrial processes can be effectively described with first-order plus dead time models. Hence, in this paper these models are used to provide predictions. Using these models and considering the constraints are inactive, the closed-loop transfer function is derived and a deep study on the closed-loop system and its robustness are given. Finally, the simulation results are used to evaluate the efficiency of the proposed tuning method.
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-355-en.pdf
Model Predictive Control
Analytically Controller tuning
First Order plus Dead Time Models
Steady-State Control Signal.
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Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
53
60
article
Domain of Attraction Estimation of Second Order Polynomial System using Rational Lyapunov Function
Esmaili@iaubir.ac.ir
1
Ali Vahidian Kamyad
kamyad@math.um.ac.ir
2
Mohamad Reza Jahed Motlagh
Jahedmr@iust.ac.ir
3
Naser Pariz
N-Pariz@um.ac.ir
4
In this paper, estimation of second order polynomial systems’ domain of attraction (DA) via rational Lyapunov function is investigated. One of the methods for estimating DA is to find the greatest level set. In this study, in order to obtain the greatest level set, cost function based on increasing the region enclosed to the level set has been offered instead of using shape factor. Estimating DA has been converted into solving bilinear matrix inequality optimization problem. Capacity of this method compared to other methods in recent studies has been shown through some examples.
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-306-en.pdf
Polynomial system
domain of attraction estimation
SOS polynomial
level set.
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Iranian Society of Instrumentation and Control Engineers
Journal of Control
2008-8345
2538-3752
2016-12
10
3
61
70
article
Robust Control of a Platoon of Vehicles with Communication Time Delay and Switched Interaction Topology
Hossein Chehardoli
hchehardoli@gmail.com
1
mohamadreza Homainezhad
mrhomainezhad@kntu.ac.ir
2
Faculty of mechanic
Faculty of mechanic
In this paper the problem of vehiclular platoons control with time delay and switching topology is considered. Due to data transmitions and sensors mesuarements, time delay should be investigated in system’s modeling and controller design. Changes in communication topology may cause the internal and string instability of the vehicular platoons. Based on constant spacing policy, a robust controller is designed to provide internal and string stability of the vehicular platoons. By using Lyapunov-Krassovski and Lyapunov-Razumikhn theorems, two new approaches are presented to perform the internal stability of the proposed switched linear time-delay system. In continuance, a new theorem is presented to attain conditions satisfying string stability. Several simulation studies are provided to show the effectiveness of the proposed approaches.
http://joc.kntu.ac.ir/article-1-377-en.pdf
Platoon of vehicles
Time delay
Time varying topology
Switching system
String stability.