Stable inversion-based robust tracking control in DC-DC nonlinear switched converters
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This article studies the robust tracking control problem in nonminimum phase DC-DC nonlinear switched power converters. The proposed procedure introduces a stable inversion-based iterative technique that, taking advantage of Banach’s fixed point theorem, provides closed-form analytic expressions uniformly convergent to the exact solution of the corresponding inverse problem. Then, piecewise constant load disturbances belonging to an a priori known compact set are successfully rejected by means of dynamic compensation. Simulation results validate the proposal.
CitationJ.M. Olm; Ros, X.; Shtessel, Y. Stable inversion-based robust tracking control in DC-DC nonlinear switched converters. A: IEEE Conference on Decision & Control. "48th IEEE Conference on Decision & Control & 28th Chinese Control Conference". Shanghai: 2009, p. 2789-2794.