Global stabilization of a reaction wheel pendulum: A discrete-inverse optimal formulation approach via a control lyapunov function
Montoya, Oscar Danilo
Dominguez-Jiménez, Juan A.
Giral-Ramírez, Diego A.University
Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar
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This paper deals with the global stabilization of the reaction wheel pendulum (RWP) in the discrete-time domain. The discrete-inverse optimal control approach via a control Lyapunov function (CLF) is employed to make the stabilization task. The main advantages of using this control methodology can be summarized as follows: (i) it guarantees exponential stability in closed-loop operation, and (ii) the inverse control law is optimal since it minimizes the cost functional of the system. Numerical simulations demonstrate that the RWP is stabilized with the discrete-inverse optimal control approach via a CLF with different settling times as a function of the control gains. Furthermore, parametric uncertainties and comparisons with nonlinear controllers such as passivity-based and Lyapunov-based approaches developed in the continuous-time domain have demonstrated the superiority of the proposed discrete control approach. All of these simulations have been implemented in the MATLAB software.
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