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Robust controller design for robotic manipulators with saturation Public Deposited

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  • The development of modern industries calls for the robotic manipulators with high speed and accurate tracking performance. Many authors have paid attention to robust control of robotic manipulators; however, only few authors have also considered the control problem of manipulators with power limitation. In this dissertation, the robotic manipulator is modeled as an uncertain system, with such uncertainties as varying moments of inertia, damping and payloads during tracking. The resulting uncertain part of the system is norm-bounded by a known constant. The total control consists of a linear part with gain matrix K, and a nonlinear part Δv, typically used for control of uncertain dynamical systems. Saturation of the resulting controller is assumed, with bounds imposed by the power limitation of actuators. It is proved at the dissertation that such a system is globally uniformly practically stable. The distribution of the control power between two controllers is discussed. It is found that when small gain matrix K is used and Δv dominates the controller, the solution to the system can approach a smaller region with faster response; that is, higher tracking accuracy is obtained. Theoretical analysis is provided to support the proposed control scheme. A two-link robotic manipulator is simulated with the results confirming the prediction.
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