An optimal anti-windup strategy for repetitive control systems German
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Repetitive Control includes an Internal Model with high gain and slow time response characteristics which make it prone to the windup effect. A solution to this problem is the inclusion of an Anti-Windup compensator. Although there exist many general Anti-Windup synthesis methods in literature, some problems can arise as a result of a straightforward application of them in Repetitive Control. This paper presents the analysis and adaptation of the Model Recovery Anti-Windup strategy in the Repetitive Control frame. Thus, an optimal LQ design is proposed that looks for a deadbeat recover behaviour after saturation and a global asymptotic stability for the closed loop system. Through simulation it is shown that the propounded scheme achieves better tracking performance than other similar LQ designs.
CitationRamos, G.; Costa-Castelló, R. An optimal anti-windup strategy for repetitive control systems German. A: IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. "Proceedings of the 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference". Orlando: 2011, p. 1-6.