In this paper, a new disturbance estimator-based switching function (SF) is presented dedicated to discrete-time sliding mode control (DSMC) systems with disturbances and control saturation (CS). This SF is featured by an (n+1)th-order disturbance estimator, which utilizes n+1 past disturbance terms to attain accurate disturbance rejection. Moreover, an auxiliary state is integrated into the SF to address the CS problem. One uniqueness of the developed method is that it is capable of achieving the ideal quasi-sliding mode and produces a zero-convergence error of the SF under the influence of disturbances and CS, which is rarely realized in DSMC methods. In addition, system states dynamics is rigorously analysed adopting the Lyapunov technique. The feasibility and virtue of the designed results are verified by a numerical example.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2021|
- control saturation
- Discrete-time sliding mode control
- switching function
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