Real-time Iterative Learning Control [electronic resource] : Design and Applications / by Jian-Xin Xu, Sanjib K. Panda, Tong Heng Lee.

By: Xu, Jian-Xin [author.]Contributor(s): Panda, Sanjib K [author.] | Lee, Tong Heng [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Advances in Industrial Control: Publisher: London : Springer London, 2009Description: XVI, 194 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781848821750Subject(s): Engineering | Chemical engineering | Engineering design | Control engineering systems | Machinery | Electronics | Engineering | Control , Robotics, Mechatronics | Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering | Manufacturing, Machines, Tools | Engineering Design | Electronics and Microelectronics, InstrumentationAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 629.8 LOC classification: TJ210.2-211.495TJ163.12Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
to ILC: Concepts, Schematics, and Implementation -- Robust Optimal ILC Design for Precision Servo: Application to an XY Table -- ILC for Precision Servo with Input Non-linearities: Application to a Piezo Actuator -- ILC for Process Temperature Control: Application to a Water-heating Plant -- ILC with Robust Smith Compensator: Application to a Furnace Reactor -- Plug-in ILC Design for Electrical Drives: Application to a PM Synchronous Motor -- ILC for Electrical Drives: Application to a Switched Reluctance Motor -- Optimal Tuning of PID Controllers Using Iterative Learning Approach -- Calibration of Micro-robot Inverse Kinematics Using Iterative Learning Approach -- Conclusion.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Iterative learning control (ILC) has been a major control design methodology for twenty years; numerous algorithms have been developed to solve real-time control problems, from MEMS to batch reactors, characterised by repetitive control operations. Real-time Iterative Learning Control demonstrates how the latest advances in ILC can be applied to a number of plants widely encountered in practice. The authors provide a hitherto lacking systematic introduction to real-time ILC design and source of illustrative case studies for ILC problem solving; the fundamental concepts, schematics, configurations and generic guidelines for ILC design and implementation are enhanced by a well-selected group of representative, simple and easy-to-learn example applications. Key issues in ILC design and implementation in the linear and nonlinear plants that pervade mechatronics and batch processes are addressed. In particular, the book discusses: • ILC design in the continuous- and discrete-time domains; • design in the frequency and time domains; • design with problem-specific performance objectives including robustness and optimality; • design by means of classical tools based on Bode plots and state space; and • iterative-learning-based parametric identification. Real-time Iterative Learning Control will interest control engineers looking for examples of how this important control technique can be applied to a variety of real-life problems. With its systematic formulation and analysis of different system properties and performance and its exposition of open problems, academics and graduate students working in control will find it a useful reference to the current status of ILC.
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to ILC: Concepts, Schematics, and Implementation -- Robust Optimal ILC Design for Precision Servo: Application to an XY Table -- ILC for Precision Servo with Input Non-linearities: Application to a Piezo Actuator -- ILC for Process Temperature Control: Application to a Water-heating Plant -- ILC with Robust Smith Compensator: Application to a Furnace Reactor -- Plug-in ILC Design for Electrical Drives: Application to a PM Synchronous Motor -- ILC for Electrical Drives: Application to a Switched Reluctance Motor -- Optimal Tuning of PID Controllers Using Iterative Learning Approach -- Calibration of Micro-robot Inverse Kinematics Using Iterative Learning Approach -- Conclusion.

Iterative learning control (ILC) has been a major control design methodology for twenty years; numerous algorithms have been developed to solve real-time control problems, from MEMS to batch reactors, characterised by repetitive control operations. Real-time Iterative Learning Control demonstrates how the latest advances in ILC can be applied to a number of plants widely encountered in practice. The authors provide a hitherto lacking systematic introduction to real-time ILC design and source of illustrative case studies for ILC problem solving; the fundamental concepts, schematics, configurations and generic guidelines for ILC design and implementation are enhanced by a well-selected group of representative, simple and easy-to-learn example applications. Key issues in ILC design and implementation in the linear and nonlinear plants that pervade mechatronics and batch processes are addressed. In particular, the book discusses: • ILC design in the continuous- and discrete-time domains; • design in the frequency and time domains; • design with problem-specific performance objectives including robustness and optimality; • design by means of classical tools based on Bode plots and state space; and • iterative-learning-based parametric identification. Real-time Iterative Learning Control will interest control engineers looking for examples of how this important control technique can be applied to a variety of real-life problems. With its systematic formulation and analysis of different system properties and performance and its exposition of open problems, academics and graduate students working in control will find it a useful reference to the current status of ILC.

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