Contributions to ida-pbc with adaptive control for underactuated mechanical systems
Fecha de creación2018-10-18
Popayán Avila, Jhossep Augusto
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FuentePontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
This master thesis is devoted to developing an adaptive control scheme for the well- known Interconnection and Damping Assignment Passivity-Based Control (IDA-PBC) technique. The main objective of this adaptive scheme is to asymptotically stabilize a class of Underactuated Mechanical Systems (UMSs) in the presence of uncertainties (not necessarily matched). This class of UMSs is characterized by the solvability of the Partial Differential Equation (PDE) resulting from the IDA-PBC technique. Two propositions are stated in this work to design the adaptive IDA-PBC. One of the main properties of these propositions is that even though the parameter estimation conver- gence is not guaranteed, the adaptive IDA-PBC achieves asymptotic stabilization. To illustrate the effectiveness of these propositions, this work performs simulations of the Inertia Wheel Inverted Pendulum (IWIP) system, considering a time-dependent input disturbance, a type of physical damping, i.e., friction (not considered in the standard IDA-PBC methodology), and parameter uncertainties in the system (e.g., inertia).