Non-linear PID predictive controller
journal contributionposted on 2008-11-03, 16:21 authored by Wen-Hua ChenWen-Hua Chen, Donald J. Ballance, Peter J. Gawthrop, Jenny J. Gribble, John O'Reilly
A new class of nonlinear PID controllers are derived for nonlinear systems using a Nonlinear Generalised Predictive Control (NGPC) approach. First the disturbance decoupling ability of the nonlinear generalised predictive controller is discussed. For a nonlinear system where the disturbance cannot be decoupled, a nonlinear observer is designed to estimate the offset. By selecting the nonlinear gain function in the observer, it is shown that the closed-loop system under optimal generalised predictive control with the nonlinear observer is asymptotically stable. It is pointed out that this composite controller is equivalent to a nonlinear controller with integral action. As a special case, for a nonlinear system with a low relative degree, the proposed nonlinear controller reduces to a nonlinear PI or PID predictive controller, which consists of a nonlinear PI or PID controller and a prediction controller. The design method is illustrated by an example nonlinear mechanical system.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering
CitationCHEN, W-H. ...et al, 1999. Non-linear PID predictive controller. IEE Proceedings: control theory and applications, 146 (6), pp. 603-611
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