Control using new passivity property with differentiation at both ports

@article{Kosaraju2017ControlUN,
  title={Control using new passivity property with differentiation at both ports},
  author={Krishna Chaitanya Kosaraju and Ramkrishna Pasumarthy and N. Monoranjan Singh and Alexander L. Fradkov},
  journal={2017 Indian Control Conference (ICC)},
  year={2017},
  pages={7-11}
}
Port Hamiltonian systems are usually passive with respect to port variables that are power conjugate (eg: voltage and current, force and velocity) and this lead to energy shaping control methods. But systems with ‘dissipation obstacle’ cannot be controlled using these port variables and therefore we need to search for alternative passive maps. One option is within the Brayton Moser framework, where passivity is obtained by differentiating one of the port variables. This has led to power shaping… CONTINUE READING

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