Finite-time decentralized non-fragile dissipative control for large-scale systems against actuator saturation.

Affiliation

Department of Applied Mathematics, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore 641046, India. Electronic address: [Email]

Abstract

This paper employs linear matrix inequality-based optimization algorithm to establish finite-time boundedness and dissipativeness for a class of large-scale systems in the presence of actuator faults and actuator saturation. In addition, for the proposed system, a novel time-varying actuator fault model is incorporated in controller design, which is more general than the conventional actuator fault models. Specifically, by constructing a suitable Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional, a new set of sufficient conditions is derived, which ensures the finite-time boundedness with dissipativity of the considered large-scale systems. The main intention of this paper is to design a novel decentralized fault-tolerant controller to compensate simultaneously the actuator faults, actuator saturations and nonlinear interconnections. Finally, an example and its simulation study are presented to verify the effectiveness and potential of the proposed control design technique.

Keywords

Actuator faults and saturation,Dissipative performance,Finite-time boundedness,Large-scale interconnected system,Non-fragile control,

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