Reaching Law Based Sliding Mode Control of Sampled Time Systems

Piotr Leśniewski, Andrzej Bartoszewicz
2021 Energies  
In this paper, discrete time reaching law-based sliding mode control of continuous time systems is considered. In sliding mode control methods, usually the assumption of bounded absolute values of disturbances is used. However in many cases, the rate of change of the disturbance is also bounded. In the presented approach, this knowledge is used to improve the control precision and reduce the undesirable chattering. Another advantage of the proposed method is that the disturbance does not have
more » ... satisfy the matching conditions. In the paper two new reaching laws are analyzed, one of them ensures the switching quasi-sliding motion and the other the non-switching motion. For both of them, the robustness is assessed by calculating the quasi-sliding mode band width, as well as the greatest possible state error values. Specifically, the state errors are not considered only at the sampling instants, as is usual for discrete time systems, but the bounds on the continuous values "between" the sampling instants are also derived. Then, the proposed approaches are compared and analyzed with respect to energy expenditure of the control signal.
doi:10.3390/en14071882 fatcat:bb4s74u7ajhjla4azx4a22jbcm