Applied Instrumentation in the Process Industries, Volume 3: by William G. Andrew, H.B. Williams

By William G. Andrew, H.B. Williams

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65), we can see that, if k > [G(ˆz)g(ˆz + π(w)]u ˆ eq (ξ) ˆ − (∂π(w)/∂ ˆ w)s( ˆ w) ˆ + L1 (e − eˆ )], then with ueq (ξ) = −[G(ˆz)g(ξ)]−1 [f (ξ) + d(ξ)w the requirement (SMS e f ) is fulfilled. 72) Here, φˆ s (z, w, ) and φσ ( ) and its first derivatives vanish at the origin, and φˆ s (z, w, 0) = φs (z, w); P = [∂p(ζ)/∂]ζ=0 is the same operator defined as in the linear case, and the matrix can be chosen (by assumption H2) such that the (n − m) eigenvalues of PA are in C− . 71) is Hurwitz. We can easily see that for all H4, such that the matrix (A sufficiently small initial states (x(0), w(0), (0)), the condition (Sef ) is satisfied.

Finally, the condition for the solution of the corresponding EFSMRP is derived. 10) into BC-form consisting of r blocks of the form: x˙ 1 = A11 x1 + B1 x2 + D1 w i x˙ i = Aij xj + Bi xi+1 + Di w, i = 2, . . 39) k=1 r e= Mk xk − Qw k=1 where the transformed vector x¯ is decomposed as x¯ = (x1 , . . , xr )T , and xi ∈ ni , i = 1, . . , r. In the ith block, the vector xi+1 is regarded as a fictitious control vector, where rank(Bi ) = ni . The integers (n1 , n2 , . . 39) by the condition n1 ≤ n2 ≤ · · · ≤ nr ≤ m with ri=1 ni = n.

Sliding modes in control and optimization’ (Springer-Verlag, London, 1992) 4 ELMALI, H. : ‘Robust output tracking control of nonlinear MIMO systems via sliding mode technique’, Automatica, 1992, 28(1), pp. 145–151 Sliding mode regulator design 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 43 ELMALI, H. : ‘Tracking nonlinear nonminimum phase systems using sliding control’, International Journal of Control, 1993, 57(5), pp. 1141–1158 CASTILLO-TOLEDO, B. : ‘On robust regulation via sliding mode for nonlinear systems’, Systems and Control Letters, 1995, 24, pp.

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