This paper presents a novel approach of designing saturated Higher-Order Sliding Mode (HOSM) controllers for a class of DC/DC converters. Specifically, the proposed controller aims at guaranteeing boundedness and smoothness of the duty cycle feeding the Pulse-Width-Modulator. The novel control architecture consists of the so-called Bounded Integral Control (BIC) combined with a discontinuous HOSM control algorithm. The main strength of the proposed approach is its general applicability to a large class of DC/DC converters. Numerical results testify the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

A saturated higher order sliding mode control approach for dc/dc converters

Incremona, Gian Paolo;
2022

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This paper presents a novel approach of designing saturated Higher-Order Sliding Mode (HOSM) controllers for a class of DC/DC converters. Specifically, the proposed controller aims at guaranteeing boundedness and smoothness of the duty cycle feeding the Pulse-Width-Modulator. The novel control architecture consists of the so-called Bounded Integral Control (BIC) combined with a discontinuous HOSM control algorithm. The main strength of the proposed approach is its general applicability to a large class of DC/DC converters. Numerical results testify the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL AND AUTOMATION (ICCA)
978-1-6654-9572-1
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