Cesar Cataldo Scharlau

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We propose a method for designing switching rules that can drive the state of the switched dynamic system to a desired equilibrium point. The method deals with the class of switched systems where each sub-system has an affine vector field. The results are given in terms of linear matrix inequalities and they guarantee global asymptotic stability of the(More)
Five-phase Induction Machine Control with Optimized Air Gap Field This paper presents the mathematical formulation of a dynamic model of five-phase induction machines. The model is based on symmetrical components of instantaneous value, decoupling the effects of the fundamental and the third harmonic air gap induction components. Through this model, two(More)
In this paper we propose a method for designing switching rules that enforce the state of the switched dynamic system to track a given reference signal. The method deals with the class of switched systems where each mode of operation is represented by a dynamical system with an affine vector field. The reference model is also represented by an affine vector(More)
This paper presents a technique for designing switching rules that drive the state of a class of nonlinear switched system to a desired constant reference. The system may contain state-dependent sector-bounded nonlinear functions. The proposed method considers a switching rule using the ‘max’ composition of auxiliary functions. The results are given in(More)
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