Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Robust finite time stabilization for uncertain switched delay systems with average dwell time
1
8
EN
Elahe
Moradi
Department of Electrical Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
ee.moradi@gmail.com
Mohammad Reza
Jahed-Motlagh
Complex Systems Research Laboratory, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
jahedmr@iust.ac.ir
Mojtaba
Barkhordari Yazdi
Electrical Engineering Department, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
barkhordari@uk.ac.ir
This paper investigates the robust finite time stability and finite time stabilization for a class of uncertain switched systems which have time delay. The emphasis of the paper is on the cases where uncertainties are time varying and unknown but norm bounded. By using the average dwell time approach and multiple Lyapunov like functions, delay dependent sufficient conditions for finite time stability of uncertain switched systems with time delay in terms of a set of the linear matrix inequalities are presented. Then, the corresponding conditions are obtained for finite time stabilization of uncertain switched time delay systems via a state feedback controller. The controller is designed by virtue of the linear matrix inequalities and the cone complement linearization method. We solved the problem of uncertainty in uncertain switched time delay systems by resorting to Yakubovich lemma. Finally, numerical examples are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed theorem.
Uncertain switched time delay systems,Multiple Lyapunov-like functions,Finite time stabilization,Average dwell time,Cone complement linearization method
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16494.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16494_3acba33da3f9427a4d1c200f7e11d0bf.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
On High-Precision Three-Axis Attitude Control Scheme through Hybrid Finite-Time Sliding Mode Approach
9
13
EN
Amir Hooshang
Mazinan
Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University (IAU), No. 209, North Iranshahr St., P.O. Box 11365/4435, Tehran, Iran
mazinan@azad.ac.ir
High-precision three-axis attitude control scheme is vitally important to deal with the overactuated spacecraft, as long as the overall performance through rapid response can be in general acquired. Due to the fact that the rigid-flexible spacecraft is somehow applicable, in so many academic and real environments, there is a consensus among experts of this field that the new insights in developing the present complicated systems modeling and control are highly recommended with respect to state-of-the-art. The new hybrid control scheme presented here is organized in line with the linear approach, which includes the proportional derivative based quadratic regulator and the nonlinear approach, which includes finite-time sliding mode control, as well. It should be noted that the three-axis angular rates of spacecraft under control are all dealt with in inner closed loop control and the corresponding rotation angles are also dealt with in outer closed loop control, synchronously.
hybrid three-axis attitude control scheme,proportional derivative based linear quadratic regulator,finite-time sliding mode control,overactuated spacecraft
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16495.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16495_c101b015f55663bec23d540a1827f692.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Minimization of the switching losses in high power induction furnaces using an analog state feedback controller
14
20
EN
Soheil
Khosrogorji
Sepehr
Soori
sepehrelectiric@yahoo.com
Mahdi
Pourgholi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
m_pourgholi@sbu.ac.ir
Due to the high efficiency and low switching losses of resonant power convertors in comparison with switching convertors, nowadays there is a growing trend towards these convertors. However, because of the high frequency of switching in such convertors, it is quite difficult to present an efficient control method. In this paper, based on the state feedback method and using pole placement technique a control strategy is developed which controlling delay time in the converter’s switching to minimize losses in the induction and hardening furnaces. In the propose method, the input voltage is isolated from output load. Moreover, fewer number of elements are employed in the control circuit which will be caused lower costs and small dimensions for control system. As a result, the proposed controller is more economical in comparison with the conventional ones. To show the effectiveness of propose controller, simulation circuits using PSIM software and an experimental setup are provided and the results are reported
Switching losses minimization,Induction furnace,State feedback,SRC converter
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16499.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16499_b25721f00b9bfc69462f4dd17dd5d678.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Enhanced Prognosis of Hybrid Systems with Unknown Mode Changes
21
29
EN
Mojtaba
Danes
Amin
Ramezani
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran.
amin_rz2002@yahoo.com
Javad
Zahedi Moghaddam
In this paper, a new model for degradation has been introduced to cover multiple dynamics for prognostics purposes. Firstly, Augmented Global Analytical Redundancy Relations (AGARRs) have been introduced to track system’s health constantly. Whenever an inconsistency appears, the proposed algorithm checks the Mode Change Signature Matrix (MCSM) and decides if inconsistency is due to a change in modes or an existence of a faulty component. Using Mode Dependent Fault Signature Matrix (MD-FSM), a Set of Candidate Faults will be generated and fed into PF part to estimate the actual fault and parameters of the degradation model. Finally, by applying obtained degradation model, Remaining Useful Lifetime (RUL) will be estimated.
Hybrid Bond Graph,Prognosis,Particle filter,Remaining Useful Life Tim
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16500.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16500_2c8986c92b2a3171e92631e294b0884f.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Leader-Following Consensus of Nonlinear Multi-Agent Systems Based on Parameterized Lyapunov Function
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35
EN
Pegah
Tabari Saadi
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Iran
p.tabari@sutech.ac.ir
Mohammad Mehdi
Mardani
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Iran
m.mardani@sutech.ac.ir
Mokhtar
Shasadeghi
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Iran
shasadeghi@sutech.ac.ir
Behrouz
Safarinejadian
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Shiraz University of Technology, Shiraz, Iran
safarinejad@sutech.ac.ir
This paper studies the consensus problem of nonlinear leader-following multi-agent systems (MAS). To do this, the error dynamics between the leader agent and follower ones are described via a Takagi-Sugeno (TS) fuzzy model. If the obtained TS fuzzy model is stable, then all of the nonlinear agents reach consensus. The consensus problem is investigated based on the parameterized or fuzzy Lyapunov function combined with a technique of introducing slack matrices. The slack matrices cause to decouple the Lyapunov matrices from systems ones and therefore, sufficient consensus conditions are obtained in terms of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs). The proposed slack matrices add an extra degree-of-freedom to the LMI conditions and also decrease the conservativeness of the LMI-based conditions. Finally, in order to illustrate the effectiveness and merits of the proposed method, a numerical example for the consensus problem of nonlinear leader-follower MAS with thirteen followers is solved.
Nonlinear multi-agent systems,Consensus,Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy model,Parameterized Lyapunov function,Linear Matrix Inequality (LMI)
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16507.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16507_29f3bb1417b49c1362ae9f98e7681ee2.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Task-space Feedback Control of Robot Manipulator with Uncertain Jacobian Matrix, Via Robust Adaptive Fuzzy Sliding Mode Control
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49
EN
Mohammad
Veysi
Department of Electrical Engineering, Khatam ol Anbia University, Tehran, Iran.
mohammad.veysi61@yahoo.com
Mohammad Reza
Soltanpour
Department of Electrical Engineering, Shahid Sattari Aeronautical University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
m_r_soltanpour@yahoo.com
In most of the researches that have been done in the position control of robot manipulator, the assumption is that robot manipulator kinematic or robot Jacobian matrix turns out from the joint-space to the task-space. Despite the fact that none of the existing physical parameters in the equations of the robot manipulator cannot be calculated with high precision. In addition, when the robot manipulator picks up an object, uncertainties occur in length, direction and contact point of the end-effector with it. So, it follows that the robot manipulator kinematic is also has the uncertainty and for the various operations that the robot manipulator is responsible, its kinematics be changed too, certainly. To overcome these uncertainties, in this paper, a simple adaptive fuzzy sliding mode control has been presented for tracking the position of the robot manipulator end-effector, in the presence of uncertainties in dynamics, kinematics and Jacobian matrix of robot manipulator. In the proposed control, bound of existing uncertainties is set online using an adaptive fuzzy approximator and in the end, controller performance happens in a way that the tracking error of the robot manipulator will converge to zero. In the proposed approximator design, unlike conventional methods, single input-single output fuzzy rules have been used. Thus, in the practical implementation of the proposed control, the need for additional sensors is eliminated and calculations volume of control input decreases too. Mathematical proofs show that the proposed control, is global asymptotic stability. To evaluate the performance of the proposed control, in a few steps, simulations are implemented on a two-link elbow robot manipulator. The simulation results show the favorable performance of the proposed control.
adaptive fuzzy sliding mode,uncertain Jacobian matrix,robot manipulator,task-space,Chattering,uncertainties
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16508.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16508_b12f7c71f2aa3adf32d5cf4f51a6a78f.pdf
Tarbiat Modares University
The Modares Journal of Electrical Engineering
2228-527X
2476-681X
15
2
2636
10
23
Decentralized Load Frequency Control Using Local Sliding Mode Observers with Unknown Inputs
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54
EN
Ehsan
Gashas
Department of Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Hesarak, Tehran, Iran
e.gashas@yahoo.com
Nastaran
Vasegh
Electrical Engineering Faculty, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University, Lavizan, Tehran, Iran21 22970065(2545) Fax +9821 22970006
n.vasegh@srttu.edu
This paper presents a new load frequency control (LFC) design in a multi area power system by using local observers. Firstly, sliding mode observers with unknown inputs are designed for each area to estimate the state variables locally. In this stage interconnections and load variations are assumed as unknown inputs. Then, local state feedback and output integral are used to attenuate the effect of load variations in each area. Analysis and simulation results for a three-area interconnected power system show improvements on closed loop performance in comparisons with other existing methods.
LFC,decentralized control,PI,Sliding mode observer with unknown inputs
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16509.html
http://mjee.modares.ac.ir/article_16509_a6e8baa9a5154936af69412a1a287be6.pdf