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Robust Control

Robust Control

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Published by Khurd Damiran Ulemj
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Published by: Khurd Damiran Ulemj on Apr 03, 2013
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Robust Control
References:1. K. Zhou, and J. C. Doyle,
Essentials of Robust Control
,Prentice-Hall, Inc., 19982. S. Skogestad, and I. Postlethwaite,
Multivariable Feedback Control: Analysis and Design
, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 1996
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Introduction
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Why Robust Control?
Models are uncertain.
Real environments of a control system may change and operatingconditions may vary from time to time.
Even if the environment does not change, other factors are themodel uncertainties as well as noises.
Any mathematical representation of a system often involvessimplifying assumptions. Nonlinearities are either unknown andhence unmodeled, or are modeled and later ignored in order tosimplify analysis. High frequency dynamics are often ignored atthe design stage as well.In consequence, control systems designed based on simplifiedmodels may not work on real plants in real environments.
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Robustness and Robust Control
Robustness
. The property that a control system must maintainoverall system performance despite changes in the plant is called
robustness
. Any control system must possess this property for itto operate properly in realistic situations.Mathematically, this means that the controller must performsatisfactorily not just for one plant, but for a family of plants. If acontroller can be designed such that the whole system to becontrolled remains stable when its parameters vary within certainexpected limits, the system is said to possess robust performance.
Robust Control
. The problem of designing controllers that satisfyboth robust stability and performance requirements is called
robust control
.
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