• Fuzzy sliding-mode control with low pass filter to reduce chattering effect: an experimental validation on Quanser SRIP

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      Chattering reduction; sliding-mode control (SMC); fuzzy sliding-mode control (FSMC); fuzzy sliding-mode controller with filter (FSMCF); low pass filter (LPF); single rotary inverted pendulum (SRIP).

    • Abstract


      Stabilization of a single rotary inverted pendulum (SRIP) system is a benchmark nonlinear control problem. Inherent instability of SRIP in upright position and the presence of modelling uncertainty pose a challenge for control engineers. Sliding-mode control (SMC) is the most widely accepted robust control technique.Various versions of SMCs to stabilize SRIP have been reported in literature. Advantages of SMC come at the cost of chattering of input, which inhibits its usage in many practical applications. Several works have been done to reduce the chattering in SMC. Application of fuzzy logic in SMC to reduce chattering has been analysedextensively in the literature. Even though implementation of fuzzy SMC (FSMC) in theory/simulations completely eliminates chattering, practical implementation of FSMC does not reduce chattering to zero. In this paper, a filtered FSMC is proposed, which filters the high frequency component in the system input. Experimental results of SMC, FSMC and a fuzzy sliding-mode controller with filter (FSMCF) are given in this paper. Results indicate that filtering the output of FSMCF reduces the chattering effect in the system without affecting the closed loop dynamics

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      1. Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, K.L.N. College of Engineering, Madurai, India
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