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Proceedings of the TuC14.644th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, and the European Control Conference 2005
 

Summary: Proceedings of the TuC14.644th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, and
the European Control Conference 2005
Seville, Spain, December 12-15, 2005
Integral and Second Order Sliding Mode Control of Harmonic
Oscillator
Parisa Kaveh, Ashkan Ashrafi and Yuri Shtessel, Senior Member IEEE, AIAA
Abstract- A typical second order Harmonic Oscillator is
controlled using both traditional and higher order Sliding
Mode Control (SMC). Integral sliding mode control is used to
compensate for the bounded disturbances improving the
robustness of the controlled Harmonic Oscillator. The
advantages of the higher order SMC over the traditional one
i.e., control continuity and improved accuracy are shown. A
computer simulation is performed to manifest the theoretical
analysis.
I. INTRODUCTION
J xcept for direct digital frequency synthesizers (DDFS),
which generate sinusoidal waveform by using an open-
loop digital system as a staircase signal [1], the other types
of waveform generators are based on a feedback system

  

Source: Ashrafi, Ashkan - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, San Diego State University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences