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In this article, the disturbance observer (DOB)-based memory integral sliding-mode control (ISMC) is designed for the permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) model subject to mismatched disturbance through the Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy approach. Different from the previous studies, a memory-based ISMC scheme that has a constant delay is taken for the first time to design the ISMC for the T-S fuzzy systems. The DOB is given to estimate the disturbances, which are incorporated in the controller design to counteract the disturbance. To fully abide by the model characteristics of the PMSM-based T-S fuzzy systems and DOB, an integral-type fuzzy switching surface function (IFSSF), which involves state-dependent input matrix and memory parameter simultaneously, is defined. From the IFSSF, the fuzzy ISMC is designed to ensure the reachability condition in finite time. Besides that, the designed fuzzy ISMC can effectively attenuate the mismatched disturbances based on the H∞ control theory. Also, a set of sufficient conditions is derived to ensure the global asymptotic stability for the sliding-mode dynamics by the proposed controller. Finally, the applicability of designed DOB-based memory fuzzy ISMC methodology is demonstrated by a controller design for the PMSM model.
This article was published in the following journal.
Name: IEEE transactions on cybernetics
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