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Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities / Chenguang, Yang

IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Volume: 64, Issue: 8, Pages: 6785 - 6795

Swansea University Author: Chenguang, Yang

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This paper develops a novel integral sliding mode controller (ISMC) for a general type of underwater robots based on multiple-input and multiple-output extended-state-observer (MIMO-ESO). The difficulties associated with the unmeasured velocities, unknown disturbances and uncertain hydrodynamics of...

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ISSN: 0278-0046 1557-9948
Published: 2017
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title Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
spellingShingle Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
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title_short Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
title_full Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
title_fullStr Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
title_full_unstemmed Extended State Observer-Based Integral Sliding Mode Control for an Underwater Robot With Unknown Disturbances and Uncertain Nonlinearities
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description This paper develops a novel integral sliding mode controller (ISMC) for a general type of underwater robots based on multiple-input and multiple-output extended-state-observer (MIMO-ESO). The difficulties associated with the unmeasured velocities, unknown disturbances and uncertain hydrodynamics of the robot have been successfully solved in the control design. An adaptive MIMO-ESO is designed not only to estimate the unmeasurable linear and angular velocities, but also to estimate the unknown external disturbances. An ISMC is then designed using Lyapunov synthesis, and an adaptive gain update algorithm is introduced to estimate the upper bound of the uncertainties. Rigorous theoretical analysis is performed to show that the proposed control method is able to achieve asymptotical tracking performance for the underwater robot. Experimental studies are also carried out to validate the effectiveness of the proposed control, and to show that the proposed approach performs better than conventional PD control approach.
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