Advanced Strategies in Control Systems with Input and Output Constraints

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Sophie Tarbouriech, Germain Garcia, Adolf H. Glattfelder
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 13, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 462 pages
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Physical, safety or technological constraints induce that the control actuators can neither provide unlimited amplitude signals nor unlimited speed of reaction. The control problems of combat aircraft prototypes and satellite launchers offer interesting examples of the difficulties due to these major constraints.

Neglecting actuator saturations on both amplitude and dynamics can be source of undesirable or even catastrophic behavior for the closed-loop system (such as loosing closed-loop stability).

Such actuator saturations have also been blamed as one of several unfortunate mishaps leading to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster. For these reasons, the study of the control problem (its structure, performance and stability analysis) for systems subject to both amplitude and rate actuator or sensor saturations as typical constraints has received the attention of many researchers in the last years.

The different techniques described throughout the book are particularly attractive for industrial applications not only in aeronautical or space domains but also in the context of biological systems domain. Such methods are well suited for the development of tools that help engineers to solve analysis and synthesis problems in the context of control systems with input and output constraints

 

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Contents

Antiwindup Augmentation for Plasma Vertical Stabilization in the DIIID Tokamak
1
Stable and Unstable Systems with Amplitude and Rate Saturation
31
An Antiwindup Design for Linear Systems with Imprecise Knowledge of the Actuator Input Output Characteristics
61
Design and Analysis of Override Control for Exponentially Unstable Systems with Input Saturations
91
Antiwindup Compensation using a Decoupling Architecture
121
AntiWindup Strategy for Systems Subject to Actuator and Sensor Saturations
173
SampledData Nonlinear Model Predictive Control for Constrained Continuous Time Systems
206
Explicit Model Predictive Control
237
Risk Adjusted Receding Horizon Control of Constrained Linear Parameter Varying Systems
293
Case Studies on the Control of InputConstrained Linear Plants Via Output Feedback Containing an Internal Deadzone Loop
313
Set Based Control Synthesis for State and Velocity Constrained Systems
341
Output Feedback for DiscreteTime Systems with Amplitude and Rate Constrained Actuators
369
Decentralized Stabilization of Linear Time Invariant Systems Subject to Actuator Saturation
397
On the Stabilization of Linear DiscreteTime Delay Systems Subject to Input Saturation
420
List of Contributors
457
Index
459

Constrained Control Using Model Predictive Control
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Isabelle Queinnec and Sophie Tarbouriech are Researchers at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

Germain Garcia is Professor in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at INSA and Researcher at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France.

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