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Delta models in adaptive control of nonlinear process.

1. INTRODUCTION

Control of a nonlinear or t-variant process using fixed set PID controllers causes many negative effects which usually impair the quality of regulation and reduce the lifetime of a controlled facility. We describe one way how to reduce these problems in this paper. The main aim is the approximation of a time-continuous model of controlled process by a discrete [delta]-model and continually identifying of its parameters.

2. DELTA MODELS

Delta models represented a link between t-continuous [delta]-models and discrete Z-models. The parameters of this discrete models are convergented to the parameters of t-continuous models for a short sample time period (with regard to a dynamism of process).

When we are identifying the parameters we will be look for the [delta]-model whose structure will be same as the structure of T-continuous model. We suppose that the period of identification process is much shorter then dynamism of process. The parameters of the 8-model are much closed to the parameters of t-continuous model of controlled process. EXTERNAL LINEAR 8-MODEL OF CONTROLLED PROCESS

T-continuous external linear model (ELM) is choosen on the basis of fundamental knowledge of dynamics of nonlinear control process. This model is described by a difference equation in time domain.

a([sigma])y(t) = b([sigma])u(t) (1)

and in a complex domain by a transfer function:

G(s) = b(s)/a(s) (2)

with conditions of tightness deg b [less than or equal to] deg a.

DELTA MODEL OF PROCESS

We establish the [delta]-operator which is defined like:

[delta] = q - 1/[T.sub.0] (3)

where: q presents a shift operator and To a sample time.

When the sample time period is shorted, then the [delta]-operator approximates the derivative operator a so that it applies:

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (4)

and [delta]-model

a'([delta])y(t') = b'([delta])u(t') (5)

approximates the t-continuous model. In (5) operator t' is a discrete time and a', b' are [delta]-polynomials.

3. SPEED SERVOMECHANISM MODEL

T-continuous model of second order has been choosen as:

[??](t) + [a.sub.1][??](t) + [a.sub.0] y(t) = [b'sub.0] u(t) (6)

Delta model which is corresponding with (6) has a form:

[[delta].sup.2] y(t') + [a'.sub.1] [delta]y(t') + [a'.sub.0]y(t') = [b'.sub.0] u(t') (7)

Regression vector has a form:

[[PHI].sup.T.sub.[delta]] (k - 1) = [-([[phi].sub.y](k - 2 ) - [[delta].sub.y](k - 1) [[delta].sub.u] (k - 2)] (8) where:

[[delta].sub.y](k - 2) = y(k - 2) (9)

[[delta].sub.y](k - 1) = y(k - 1) - y(k - 2)/[T.sub.0] (10)

[[delta].sub.u](k - 2) = u(k - 2) (11)

Vector of delta model parameters

[[PHI].sup.T.sub.[delta]](k) = [[a'.sub.0] [a'.sub.1] [b'.sub.0]] (12)

is recursively estimated from the equation:

[[delta].sub.y](k) = [[PHI].sup.T.sub.[delta]](k) = [[THETA].sup.T.sub.[delta]] (k) [[PHI].sub.[delta] (k - 1) + [epsilon] (k) (13)

where:

[[delta].sub.y](k) = y(k) - 2y(k - 1) + y(k - 2)/[T.sup.2.sub.0] (14)

For the identification of parameters has been used recursive identification algorithm with directional forgetting. More information can be found for example in (Bobal, 2008).

4. TWO FEEDBACK CONTROLLERS (TFC)

[FIGURE 1 OMITTED]

Transfer in a control loop

G--linear input-output model of control process Q, R--feedback controllers

Signals in a control loop

w--reference signal e--control error [u.sub.vl], [u.sub.v2]--control action

v--system intput disturbance u--process-input-control action y--output signal

Transfer functions of both feedback controllers are considered in the form:

Q(s) = [??](s)/[??](s) R(s) = r(s)/[??](s) (15)

where [??](s), [??](s) a r(s) are relative prime polynomials which are expressed in terms of complex variable.

In this case, both input signals w a v (reference signal and disturbance) are considered only as a step function with the images:

W(s) = [W.sub.0]/s V(s) = [v.sub.0]/s (16)

For the output signal and for the disturbance can be derived (the argument is omitted for clarity):

Y(s) = b/d [rW(s) + [??]V(s)] (17)

E(s) = 1/d [(a[??] + b[??])W(s) - b[??]V(s)] (18)

where:

d(s) = a(s)[??](s) + b(s) x (r(s) + [??](s)) (19)

where d(s) is a characteristic polynomial with roots that are represented the poles of the closed control loop.

Now we choose the polynomial t(s) which meets a condition:

t(s) = t(s) + [??](s) (20)

Polynomial t(s) we substitute into (19). The stability condition will be satisfied if the polynomials [??](s) and t(s) are given by a solution of a Diophantine equation:

a(s)[??](s) + b(s) x t(s) = d(s) (21)

with a stable polynomial d(s) on the right side.

The asymptotic tracking of a reference signal and the elimination of a disturbance will be guaranteed for a step input signals if the conditions a[??] + b[??] and p contain s.

These conditions will be fulfilled if the polynomials p and q are in the form:

[??](s) = sp(s) (22)

[??](s) = sq(s) (23)

The transfer function of controllers we can consider in the form:

Q(s) = q(s)/p(s) R(s) = r(s)/s x p(s) (24)

The stability of controllers is garanted by a stable polynomial t(s) in a denominator of (24).

The degree of polynomials q(s) and r(s) must satisfy the following inequality to meet the conditions of inner purity control system:

deg q [less than or equal to] deg p (25)

deg q [less than or equal to] deg p + 1 (26)

The polynomial t(s) we rewrite to the form:

t(s) = r(s) + s x q(s) (27)

When we considering the solvability of (22) and conditions (26) and (27), the degree of polynomials may be identified as:

deg t = deg r = deg a (28)

deg q [greater than or equal to] deg a - 1 (29)

deg p [greater than or equal to] deg a - 1 (30)

deg d [greater than or equal to] 2deg a (31)

If then the polynomials t, r and q are in the form:

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (32)

where the coefficients [r.sub.i], [q.sub.i] and [t.sub.i] are considered the conditions:

[r.sub.0] = [t.sub.0]

[r.sub.i] + [q.sub.i] = [t.sub.i] pro i = 1, ...,n (34)

Unknown coefficients [r.sub.i] and [q.sub.i] can be calculated by using a optional factors [[beta].sub.i] [member of] <0,l>:

[r.sub.i] = [[beta].sub.i] [t.sub.i] (35)

[q.sub.i] = (1 - [[beta].sub.i]) x [t.sub.i] pro i = 1,... , n (36)

The coefficients distribute a weight between numerators of transfer functions Q and R. It is true, if the value of is increased, the response to a step change is accelerating. Notice: If [[beta].sub.i] for all i, the TFC engagement corresponding with 1DOF system control configuration and if ([beta] = 0 for all i and setpoint and disturbance are a step functions, it corresponding with 2DOF system control configuration.

5. REAL MEASUREMENTS

The transfer functions of controllers have a form:

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (37)

[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (38)

Characteristic polynomial: d(s) = n(s)[(s + 0.9).sup.2] where the polynomial n(s) is a product of spectral factorization of the polynomial a(s). Controller parameters: [beta] = 0 Sample time period: [T.sub.0] = 0.025s Duration of the control: t = 300s Identification process parameters: [C.sub.ii] = 1000, [delta](0) = 1,

[lambda](0) = 0.001, v(0) = [10.sup.-6], [??] = 0.99

[FIGURE 2 OMITTED]

6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This work was partly supported by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic under the grant MSM 7088352101 and by TBU in Zlin under the grant IGA/55/FAI/10/D.

7. REFERENCES

Babik, Z. (2009). Pole placement method in control of linear continuous-time SISO systems, Diploma work, Thomas Bata University, Faculty of Aplied Informatic, Zlin

Dostal, P., Bobal V., Gazdos F. (2005). Adaptive control of a nonlinear process by two feedback controllers, In: 13th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation, Limassol, 946-951, ISBN 0-7803-8937-9, Cyprus

Dostal, P. (2006). State and algebraic control theory, textbooks, Thomas Bata University, Faculty of Aplied Informatic, Zlin

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