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Chaoxu Mu, Qun Zong, Bailing Tian and Wei Xu, "Continuous Sliding Mode Controller with Disturbance Observer for Hypersonic Vehicles," IEEE/CAA J. of Autom. Sinica, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 45-55, 2015.
Citation: Chaoxu Mu, Qun Zong, Bailing Tian and Wei Xu, "Continuous Sliding Mode Controller with Disturbance Observer for Hypersonic Vehicles," IEEE/CAA J. of Autom. Sinica, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 45-55, 2015.

Continuous Sliding Mode Controller with Disturbance Observer for Hypersonic Vehicles

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This work was supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (61125306, 61273092, 61301035, 61304018, and 61411130160), National High- Technology Research and Development Program of China (2014AA051901), Tianjin Science and Technology Supporting Program (14JCQNJC05400), Research Innovation Program of Tianjin University (2013XQ0101), Hubei Science and Technology Supporting Program (XYJ2014000314), Aeronautical Science Foundation of China Supported by Science and Technology on Aircraft Control Laboratory (20125848004), and China Post-doctoral Science Foundation (2014M561559).

  • In this paper, a continuous sliding mode controller with disturbance observer is proposed for the tracking control of hypersonic vehicles to suppress the chattering. The finite time disturbance observer is involved to make that the continuous sliding mode controller has the property of disturbance rejection. Due to continuous terms replacing the discontinuous term of traditional sliding mode control, switching modes of velocity and altitude firstly arrive at small regions with respect to disturbance observation errors. Switching modes keep zero and velocity and altitude asymptotically converge to their reference commands after disturbance observation errors disappear. Simulation results have proved the proposed method can guarantee the tracking of velocity and altitude with continuous sliding mode control laws, and also has the fast convergence rate and robustness.

     

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