Control Performance Assessment of Fractional-Order PID Controllers Applied to Tracking Trajectory Control of Robotic Systems

Luis Angel, Jairo Viola

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Performing tracking tasks in robotic manipulators presents many challenges for the controller design, especially in presence of external disturbances that affects the dynamical behavior of the robotic system. This paper presents the design of a Fractional-Order PID controller with the computed torque control strategy for the tracking control of a two degree of freedom robotic manipulator. The proposed technique is contrasted against the classical PID controller with the computed torque control strategy. To validate the proposed controllers, the robotic system is simulated using an MSC-ADAMS/MATLAB co-simulation model, which is employed for identification and control tasks. The proposed model is tested in presence of external disturbances in the applied torque, random noise in the feedback loop and payload variations. Obtained results show that the Fractional-Order PID controller with the computed torque control strategy has a better performance in presence of the analyzed external disturbances for tracking tasks
Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)62-73
Número de páginas12
PublicaciónWSEAS Transactions on Systems and Control
Volumen17
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2022

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Palabras clave

  • Fractional control
  • FOPID
  • IOPID
  • MSC-ADAMS/MATLAB
  • cosimulation model

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