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Chattering analysis of Lipschitz continuous sliding-mode controllers
arXiv - CS - Systems and Control Pub Date : 2020-04-02 , DOI: arxiv-2004.00819
C. Arturo Martínez-Fuentes; Ulises Pérez Ventura; Leonid Fridman

Lipschitz continuous sliding-mode controllers (LCSMC) are developed as the integral of discontinuous SMC, producing control signals of finite slope. Nevertheless, LCSMC still generate chattering in the presence of fast parasitic dynamics. In this paper, an analysis of chattering in systems driven by LCSMC is performed using the Harmonic Balance (HB) approach. Two kinds of LCSMC are considered: the first one is based on a linear sliding variable (LSV) and the second one on a terminal switching variable (TSV). Predictions of the amplitude and frequency of self-excited oscillations allowed to compute the average power consumed by the controller, in order to maintain the trajectories into the real sliding mode. A comparison of LCSMC with the Super-Twisting controller (STC), which produce a continuous control signal with infinite slope, is performed. Theoretical predictions and simulation results confirm that LCSMC may induce fast-oscillations (chattering) of smaller amplitude and average power than those ones caused by the STC. But, surprisingly, the chattering generated by LSV-LCSMC could be smaller than that one caused by TSV-LCSMC, when the actuators are fast enough. On the other hand, it tuns that if the sliding dynamics of the LSV-LCSMC closed-loop is of similar speed as the actuators dynamics, the system can loose even practical stability.
更新日期:2020-04-03

 

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