The Robust Control Mixer Method for Reconfigurable Control Design By Using Model Matching Strategy

Z. Yang, Mogens Blanke, M. Verhagen

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Abstract

This paper proposes a robust reconfigurable control synthesis method based on the combination of the control mixer method and robust H1 con- trol techniques through the model-matching strategy. The control mixer modules are extended from the conventional matrix-form into the LTI sys- tem form. By regarding the nominal control system as the desired model, an augmented control system is constructed through the model-matching formulation, such that the current robust control techniques can be usedto synthesize these dynamical modules. One extension of this method with respect to the performance recovery besides the functionality recovery is also discussed under this framework. Comparing with the conventional control mixer method, the proposed method considers the recon gured system's stability, performance and robustness simultaneously. Finally, the proposed method is illustrated by a case study of one space robot arm system subjected to failures.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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