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Data-Based Fault-Tolerant Control of High-Speed Trains With Traction/Braking Notch Nonlinearities and Actuator Failures

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2 Author(s)
Qi Song ; State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety, Beijng Jiaotong University, Beijing, China ; Yong-Duan Song

This paper investigates the position and velocity tracking control problem of high-speed trains with multiple vehicles connected through couplers. A dynamic model reflecting nonlinear and elastic impacts between adjacent vehicles as well as traction/braking nonlinearities and actuation faults is derived. Neuroadaptive fault-tolerant control algorithms are developed to account for various factors such as input nonlinearities, actuator failures, and uncertain impacts of in-train forces in the system simultaneously. The resultant control scheme is essentially independent of system model and is primarily data-driven because with the appropriate input-output data, the proposed control algorithms are capable of automatically generating the intermediate control parameters, neuro-weights, and the compensation signals, literally producing the traction/braking force based upon input and response data only- the whole process does not require precise information on system model or system parameter, nor human intervention. The effectiveness of the proposed approach is also confirmed through numerical simulations.

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IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 12 )