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Simulation Vs. Experimental Results of Pole-placement Controller With Full Adaptation

Author(s): Dariusz Horla

Abstract: Adaptive pole-placement control for the plant with unknown orders and coefficients of its model is presented in the paper, in an on-line approach both by means of simulation and experiment. In order to adapt to the plant, the considered controller changes its structure and parameters, along with the course of identification. In order to combine structural and parametric identification, the approach presented in [6] has been used, with the simulation runs performed for discrete-time controller and identification algorithms and experimental results for a real-time control of servo-drive [3].

Keywords: LQ control, multivariable control, directional change.

Pages: 5-11

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