Loop-shaping robust control / Philippe Feyel.Material type: TextSeries: Automation-control and industrial engineering seriesPublication details: London : Hoboken, NJ : ISTE ; Wiley, 2013. Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 261 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118575246; 1118575245; 9781118574898; 1118574893; 1299679706; 9781299679702; 9781118574751; 1118574753Subject(s): Control theory | Mathematical optimization | COMPUTERS -- Cybernetics | Control theory | Mathematical optimizationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Loop-shaping robust control.DDC classification: 003.5 LOC classification: QA402.3Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- The Loop-shaping Approach -- Loop-shaping H-infinity Synthesis -- Two Degrees-of-Freedom Controllers -- Extensions and Optimizations -- Appendix 1. Demonstrative Elements on the Optimization of Robust Stabilization with Order Constraint -- Appendix 2. Establishment of Real LMIs for the Quasi-Convex Problem of Optimization of the Weighting Functions.
"The loop-shaping approach consists of obtaining a specification in relation to the open loop of the control from specifications regarding various closed loop transfers, because it is easier to work on a single transfer (in addition to the open loop) than on a multitude of transfers (various loopings such as set point/error, disturbance/error, disturbance/control, etc.). The simplicity and flexibility of the approach make it very well adapted to the industrial context. This book presents the loop-shaping approach in its entirety, starting with the declension of high-level specifications into a loop-shaping specification. It then shows how it is possible to fully integrate this approach for the calculation of robust and efficient correctors with the help of existing techniques, which have already been industrially tried and tested, such as H-infinity synthesis. The concept of a gap metric (or distance between models) is also presented along with its connection with the prime factors of a set of systems shaping a ball of models, as well as its connections with robust synthesis by loop-shaping, in order to calculate efficient and robust correctors. As H-infinity loop-shaping is often demanding in terms of the order of correctors, the author also looks at loop-shaping synthesis under an ordering constraint. Two further promising lines of research are presented, one using stochastic optimization, and the other non-smooth optimization. Finally, the book introduces the concept of correction with two degrees of freedom via the formalism of prime factorization. Avenues for future work are also opened up by the author as he discusses the main drawbacks to loop-shaping synthesis, and how these issues can be solved using modern optimization techniques in an increasingly competitive industrial context, in accordance with ever more complex sets of functional specifications, associated with increasingly broad conditions of usage."--Publisher's website.
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