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Robust Smooth-Trajectory Control of Nonlinear Servo Systems Based on Neural Networks

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3 Author(s)
Xi-Le Wei ; Sch. of Electron. Inf. Eng., Tianjin Univ. ; Jiang Wang ; Zhao-Xuan Yang

The electromagnetic torque introduces ripples into the electromechanical motion system due to nonlinearities, such as uncertain changes of magnet field, load, and friction, which generate speed oscillations and deteriorate the tracking performance of servo system. Furthermore, the minimum time response and smooth trajectory tracking are cruces in servo control. In this paper, an available method is proposed to solve them by using neural networks (NNs) and a nonlinear smooth trajectory filter (STF) for the robust smoothing feedforward control of a class of general nonlinear systems. First, the online weight-tuning scheme based on Lyapunov function can guarantee the boundedness of tracking error by good performance of NNs modeling nonlinear functions. Second, a feedforward controller based on the output of nonlinear STF is designed to guarantee minimum time response and smooth trajectory tracking. Finally, as a example, the motion system can be equivalent to the two-order system under the linear closed-loop current control in view of the (d,q) mathematic model for PM synchronous motor, so that this robust smoothing control method using neutral networks can be applied into position servo control. Moreover, the validity and effectiveness of this control method are verified through simulations and experiments

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:54 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2007

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