High-order sliding modes based linearization: An application to roll autopilot

J. Davila, A. Monsivais, A. Mosqueda

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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. The high-order sliding modes are applied for system linearization of a class of nonlinear systems. The nonlinearites of the system are treated as bounded external disturbances acting on a linear system. A standard controller is designed for the linearized system. The robust controller is composed by two terms: first, a linear controller, that provides desired performance is designed for the linear system in the absence of perturbations; second, a nonlinear compensation term, designed using the high-order sliding-modes techniques, is used to compensate the perturbations that affect the linear system. The workability of the proposed controller is illustrated with the design of a roll autopilot for a missile.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages273-284
Number of pages244
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Davila, J. ; Monsivais, A. ; Mosqueda, A. / High-order sliding modes based linearization: An application to roll autopilot. Paper presented at Mechanisms and Machine Science, .244 p.
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Davila, J, Monsivais, A & Mosqueda, A 2015, 'High-order sliding modes based linearization: An application to roll autopilot', Paper presented at Mechanisms and Machine Science, 1/01/16 pp. 273-284. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09858-6_26

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