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Predictive control of disturbed systems with input delay: experimental validation on a DC motor

Abstract : This paper deals with the speed control of a DC motor with known input delay and unknown disturbances. A recent predictive technique is used in order to design two controllers that will be able to satisfactorily reject disturbances in spite of the time delay. A comparison between the Artstein reduction method and this new one is performed throughout the article. The control laws are validated first by simulation and then by a practical implementation. The paper presents the very first application of this new predictive method.
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Vincent Léchappé, Oscar Salas, Jesus de Leon, Franck Plestan, Emmanuel Moulay, et al.. Predictive control of disturbed systems with input delay: experimental validation on a DC motor. 12th Time Delay Systems Workshop, Jun 2015, Ann Arbor, United States. ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2015.09.393⟩. ⟨hal-01263708⟩

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