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“Constrained Control Design for Dynamic Positioning of Marine Vehicles with Control Allocation”

Authors: Tristan Perez and Alejandro Donaire,
Affiliation: University of Newcastle (Australia) and NTNU, Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures
Reference: 2009, Vol 30, No 2, pp. 57-70.

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Keywords: Marine control systems, dynamic positioning, control allocation, anti-windup, fault accommodation

Abstract: In this paper, we address the control design problem of positioning of over-actuated marine vehicles with control allocation. The proposed design is based on a combined position and velocity loops in a multi-variable anti-windup implementation together with a control allocation mapping. The vehicle modelling is considered with appropriate simplifications related to low-speed manoeuvring hydrodynamics and vehicle symmetry. The control design is considered together with a control allocation mapping. We derive analytical tuning rules based on requirements of closed-loop stability and performance. The anti- windup implementation of the controller is obtained by mapping the actuator-force constraint set into a constraint set for the generalized forces. This approach ensures that actuation capacity is not violated by constraining the generalized control forces; thus, the control allocation is simplified since it can be formulated as an unconstrained problem. The mapping can also be modified on-line based on actuator availability to provide actuator-failure accommodation. We provide a proof of the closed-loop stability and illustrate the performance using simulation scenarios for an open-frame underwater vehicle.

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BibTeX:
@article{MIC-2009-2-2,
  title={{Constrained Control Design for Dynamic Positioning of Marine Vehicles with Control Allocation}},
  author={Perez, Tristan and Donaire, Alejandro},
  journal={Modeling, Identification and Control},
  volume={30},
  number={2},
  pages={57--70},
  year={2009},
  doi={10.4173/mic.2009.2.2},
  publisher={Norwegian Society of Automatic Control}
};

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