# Active Disturbance Rejection Control of Dynamic Systems

- Author : Hebertt Sira-Ramirez
- Publsiher : Butterworth-Heinemann
- Release : 15 May 2017
- ISBN : 9780128118955
- Page : 358 pages
- Rating : 4/5 from 21 voters

Download or read online book entitled Active Disturbance Rejection Control of Dynamic Systems written by Hebertt Sira-Ramirez and published by Butterworth-Heinemann. This book was released on 15 May 2017 with total page 358 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Get best books that you want by click Get Book Button and Read as many books as you like. Book Excerpt : Active Disturbance Rejection Control of Dynamic Systems: A Flatness Based Approach describes the linear control of uncertain nonlinear systems. The net result is a practical controller design that is simple and surprisingly robust, one that also guarantees convergence to small neighborhoods of desired equilibria or tracking errors that are as close to zero as desired. This methodology differs from current robust feedback controllers characterized by either complex matrix manipulations, complex parameter adaptation schemes and, in other cases, induced high frequency noises through the classical chattering phenomenon. The approach contains many of the cornerstones, or philosophical features, of Model Free Control and ADRC, while exploiting flatness and GPI control in an efficient manner for linear, nonlinear, mono-variable and multivariable systems, including those exhibiting inputs delays. The book contains successful experimental laboratory case studies of diverse engineering problems, especially those relating to mechanical, electro-mechanical, robotics, mobile robotics and power electronics systems. Provides an alternative way to solve disturbance rejection problems and robust control problem beyond the existing approaches based on matrix algebra and state observers Generalizes the widely studied Extended State Observer to a class of observers called Generalized Proportional Integral Observers (GPI Observers) Contains successful experimental laboratory case studies