Stabilization Based Networked Predictive Controller Design for Switched Plants
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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Stabilizing state feedback controller has been designed in this paper for a switched DC motor plant, controlled over communication network. The switched system formulation for the networked control system (NCS) with additional switching in a plant parameter along with the switching due to random packet losses, have been formulated as few set of non-strict Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMIs). In order to solve non-strict LMIs using standard LMI solver and to design the stabilizing state feedback controller, the Cone Complementary Linearization (CCL) technique has been adopted. Simulation studies have been carried out for a DC motor plant, operating at two different sampling times with random switching in the moment of inertia, representing sudden jerks.
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2012 Third International Conference on Computing Communication & Networking Technologies (ICCCNT), Coimbatore, India, 26-28 July 2012