Repetitive control of servo systems with time delays
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In many industrial robotic servo applications there is a need to track periodic reference signals and/or reject periodic disturbances. Moreover, time-delays are usually unavoidable in control systems due to the sensoring and communication delays. This paper presents an alternative repetitive control design for systems with constant time-delays in both forward and feedback control channels, which are dedicated to track/reject periodic signals. An additional delay is introduced together with the plant delays to construct an internal model for periodic signals, and a simple compensator based on the plant model inverse is utilized to stabilize the closed-loop system. Sufficient stability conditions of the closed-loop system and the robustness analysis against modeling uncertainties are studied. The proposed idea is further extended for general time-delay systems with only a delay term in the forward control channel. The
CitationNa, J. [et al.]. Repetitive control of servo systems with time delays. "Robotics and autonomous systems", Març 2014, vol. 62, núm. 3, p. 319-329.