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Repetitive controllers use internal models that provide very high gain at a selected fundamental fre- quency and its harmonics, additionally, some of the internal models may result unstable, as in the high order repetitive control approach. These characteristics make the repetitive control system susceptible to exhibit wind-up when actuator saturation occurs. This paper proposes an anti-windup scheme for repeti- tive control based on the model recovery anti-windup strategy. The proposed scheme provides low order, low computational burden and also isolation of the controller from the saturation effects. The anti-windup compensator is constructed from the plant model and provides an additional linear feedback path aimed at enhancing system performance. This feedback path is designed to obtain a deadbeat behaviour, which makes the system recovery faster. Finally, internal stability and deadbeat features are designed in a com- pact procedure based on linear matrix inequalities and an optimal linear quadratic design. Experimental validation of the proposed anti-windup compensator is provided using a mechatronic plant.
CitationRamos, G.A.; Costa, R. Optimal anti-windup synthesis for repetitive controllers. "Journal of process control", Setembre 2013, vol. 23, núm. 8, p. 1149-1158.
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