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Analysis and design of gain scheduled control systems

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**1988** by Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Cambridge, Mass, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .

Written in English

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**Edition Notes**

Statement | Jeff S. Shamma. |

Series | NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182867. |

Contributions | United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. |

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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

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Open Library | OL15399268M |

A control system manages, commands, directs, or regulates the behavior of other devices or systems using control can range from a single home heating controller using a thermostat controlling a domestic boiler to large Industrial control systems which are used for controlling processes or machines.. For continuously modulated control, a feedback controller . The book introduces PID control system structures, sensitivity analysis, PID control design, implementation with constraints, disturbance observer-based PID control, gain scheduled PID control systems, cascade PID control systems, PID control design for complex systems, automatic tuning, and applications of PID control to unmanned aerial vehicles. The book introduces PID control system structures, sensitivity analysis, PID control design, implementation with constraints, disturbance observer-based PID control, gain scheduled PID control systems, cascade PID control systems, PID control design for complex systems, automatic tuning and applications of PID control to unmanned aerial vehicles.

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An analysis is presented for two types of nonlinear gain-scheduled control systems: (1) scheduling on a reference trajectory, and (2) scheduling on the plant output. Conditions which guarantee stability, robustness, and performance properties of the global gain schedule designs are by: Written to inspire and cultivate the ability to design and analyze feasible control algorithms for a wide range of engineering applications, this comprehensive text covers the theoretical and practical principles involved in the design and analysis of control by: Thesis (Ph.

D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Cited by: The analysis of gain scheduled control systems often relies on a slowly varying assumption on exogenous signals under which local properties of the nonlinear closed-loop system can be inferred from the family of linear closed-loop systems.

A useful stability property for sampled-data systems is reported in Lawrence Cited by: Design and Analysis of Control Systems - CRC Press Book Written to inspire and cultivate the ability to design and analyze feasible control algorithms for a wide range of engineering applications, this comprehensive text covers the theoretical and practical principles involved in the design and analysis of control systems.

Despite the lack of a sound theoretical analysis, gain scheduling is a design methodology which is known to word in a myriad of operating control systems (e.g., jet engines, submarianes, and aircraft). In this paper a new approach for gain scheduled control design that can handle various multivariable controller stuctures is presented.

Therefore, the class of multilinear discrete time systems. Gain-scheduled control systems are often designed by choosing a small set of operating points, the design points, and designing a suitable linear controller for each point.

In operation, the system switches or interpolates between these controllers according to the current values of the scheduling variables. In this paper, we present a systematic framework for the design of affine gain scheduled observer based controllers for affine LPV systems. Using the separation principle, we give sufficient conditions for the design of the state feedback controller gain and of the observer by: 3.

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In recent years, the study of systems subject to time-varying parameters has awakened the interest of many researchers. The gain scheduling control strategy guarantees a good performance for systems of this type and also is considered as the simplest to deal with problems of this nature.

Moreover, the class of systems in which the state derivative signals are easier Cited by: In control theory, gain scheduling is an approach to control of non-linear systems that uses a family of linear controllers, each of which provides satisfactory control for a different operating point of the system.

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They are: – Root-Locus Method – Frequency-Response MethodFile Size: 1MB. the author tackles the design problem of gain scheduled controllers for LPV systems via parameter-dependent Lyapunov function.

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1 * Automatic Control Department, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Pau Gargallo 5, Barcelona, Spain Abstract— Practical control problems often deal with parameter varying uncertain systems that can be described by a first order plus delay (FOPD) model. In this paper, a new approach to design gain scheduled robust linear parameter varying (LPV) PID Cited by: 1.

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