Scheduling and control co-design of networked induction motor control systems
conference contributionposted on 18.09.2017 by Dezong Zhao, Shangmin Zhang, Chunwen Li, Richard Stobart
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This paper investigates the co-design of remote speed control and network scheduling for motion coordination of multiple induction motors through a shared communication network. An integrated feedback scheduling algorithm is designed to allocate the optimal sampling period and priority to each control loop to optimize the global performance of a networked control system (NCS), while satisfying the constraints of stability and schedulability. The rational gain of the network speed controllers is calculated using the Lyapunov theorem and online tuned by fuzzy logic to guarantee the robustness against complicated variations on the communication network. Furthermore, a state predictor is designed to compensate the time delay occurred in data transmission from the sensor to the controller, as a part of the networked controller. Simulation results are given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed control-and-scheduling co-design approach.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering