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|Title:||On the Practical Stability of Hybrid Control Algorithm With Minimum Dwell Time for a DC-AC Converter|
|Authors:||Albea Sanchez, Carolina|
hybrid dynamical systems (HDSs)
|Citation:||C. Albea Sanchez, O. Lopez Santos, D. A. Zambrano Prada, F. Gordillo and G. Garcia, "On the Practical Stability of Hybrid Control Algorithm With Minimum Dwell Time for a DC-AC Converter," in IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology. doi: 10.1109/TCST.2018.2870843|
|Abstract:||This brief presents a control law based on a hybrid dynamical systems theory for a dc-ac converter. This theory is very suited for an analysis of power electronic converters, since it combines continuous (voltages and currents) and discrete (on-off state of switches) signals avoiding, in this way, the use of averaged models. Here, practical stability results are induced for this tracking problem, ensuring a minimum dwell time associated with an Linear–Quadratic Regulator (LQR) performance level during the transient response and an admissible chattering around the operating point. The effectiveness of the resultant control law is validated by means of experiments.|
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