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URN etd-0713105-151125 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3259 times. Download 1498 times. Author Yu-Fong Wu Author's Email Address email@example.com Department Electrical Engineering Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 54 Title DESIGN OF ADAPTIVE SLIDING MODE CONTROLLER FOR STATE AND INPUT TIME DELAY SYSTEMS Keyword adaptive sliding mode control time delay system time delay system sliding mode control adaptive Abstract In this thesis, we design a controller of parameter uncertain system with input and state delay and disturbance. Input and state delay problem will cause instability to system. This thesis takes advantage of state transformation method to eliminate the input delay. The transformed system is free to the input delay phenomenon. The Adaptive technique is utilized to estimate the perturbation of system in order to minimize the control input consumption and make the error minimize. We also propose (1) Sliding Mode Controller (2) Integral Sliding Mode Controller to overcome the problem of state delay and perturbation and make system reach to sliding surface and asymptotically stable.
Finally, we utilize the simulations of two examples to compare the advantage and shortcoming of (1) Sliding Mode Controller (2) Integral Sliding Mode Controller, it can be verified the validness of the controllers proposed in this thesis.
Advisor Committee Chung-Chun Kung - advisor
Chiang-Cheng Chiang - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2005-07-06 Date of Submission 2005-07-13