Sliding motion, robust control and power loss minimization in a class of non-linear switched converters
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In this paper we propose a sliding mode control scheme that allows robust control of the output voltage in a class of nonlinear switched converters that includes the Non-Inverting Buck-Boost, the Watkins-Johnson and the Inverse of Watkins-Johnson. Using a full-state reference profile-based sliding surface, periodic signals may be tracked by the output voltage under appropriate restrictions. Furthermore, semi-infinite programming techniques are used to minimize power loses while taking into account the existence of load perturbations. The procedure consists of choosing a reference signal for the inductor current with minimum root mean square, subject to the maintenance of sliding regime under possible load variation in a set with known bounds. Realistic simulation results show a highly robust performance in the presence of load disturbances.
CitationOlm, J.M.; Biel, D.; Fossas, E.; Zinober, A.S.I; Sanz, L.M. Sliding motion, robust control and power loss minimization in a class of nonlinear switched converters. International Journal of Control (2007, vol. 80, núm. 6, p. 968-981).
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