Anti-windup disturbance suppression control of feedback linearizable systems with application to hypersonic flight vehicles

This paper deals with the anti-windup control problem for a class of feedback linearizable systems subject to external disturbances and constrained actuators. The original system is approximately feedback linearized into a tractable form with additive mismatched disturbances. A baseline disturbance suppression control is built on the combination of a disturbance observer and a compensation law. Moreover, this baseline control is strengthened by two anti-windup mechanisms to accommodate the possible input saturation, leading to the anti-windup disturbance suppression control. The resulting control schemes guarantee output tracking errors to be bounded in the presence of input saturation, while the zero steady-state tracking is finally achieved due to the recovery property. The proposed methods are applied to the longitudinal tracking control of hypersonic flight vehicles to highlight their efficiency and superiority.

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  • Accession Number: 01715776
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 14 2019 3:04PM