Stability and Performance of a Control System with an Intelligent Limiter
All mechanical systems have saturation nonlinearity in actuators or in final control elements. When controllers have integral action, reset windup can cause instability as well as make the system performance unsatisfactory. In this study, an intelligent limiter which needs no tuning of parameters is tested with the PDF controller used for control of a second-order plant. This paper presents analysis of the stability of the system using the describing function method and the Nyquist Stability theorem. The improvement of system performance by the limiter is illustrated by computer simulations.
S. Yang and M. Leu, "Stability and Performance of a Control System with an Intelligent Limiter," American Control Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1989.
1989 American Control Conference
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Computer Simulation; Control Systems; Intelligent Actuators; Intelligent Systems; Mechanical Systems; Nonlinear Control Systems; Stability Analysis; System Performance; Testing; Windup
Article - Conference proceedings
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