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Emergency Control of Unstable Behavior of Nonlinear Systems Induced by Fault
Pinsky and Basin - 1998 - Emergency control of unstable behavior of nonlinea.pdf
Pinsky and Basin - 1998 - Emergency control of unstable behavior of nonlinea.pdf (2.768Mb)
This paper presents the emergency control approach intended to urgently return to the stability basin the system states affected by abrupt changes in certain system coefficients on a short time interval. Because of its short duration, the modeling of both the fault and controller involves ? -functions significantly simplifying analysis and control of fault phenomena. The design of an mergency controller is based on the technique for computing fault-induced jumps of the system states, which is described in the paper. An emergency controller instantaneously returning states of a sample nonlinear system to its stability basin is designed.