A sampled-data control redesign for a combustion engine test bench is studied. The design applies a model reference approach, based on a continuous-time controller that has been designed using a robust optimal control design. The goal of the redesign is to make the discrete-time controller less sensitive to sampling and to keep the sampled-data closed loop performance as close as possible to the continuous-time close-loop performance. Some simulations are performed, comparing the performance of the discrete-time redesigned controller with a discrete-time emulation controller obtained by sampling and zero order hold of the continuous-time controller.
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||IFAC Symposium on Nonlinear Control Systems - Pretoria, South Africa|
Duration: 22 Aug 2007 → 24 Aug 2007
|Conference||IFAC Symposium on Nonlinear Control Systems|
|Period||22/08/07 → 24/08/07|
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- Automotive control
- Nonlinear systems
- Hammerstein systems
- Control system design
- Discrete-time systems
Laila, D. S., Grünbacher, E., & Del Re, L. (2007). Discrete-Time Model Reference Controller Design For A Combustion Engine Test Bench. 1185-1190. Paper presented at IFAC Symposium on Nonlinear Control Systems, Pretoria, South Africa. https://doi.org/10.3182/20070822-3-ZA-2920.00196