Current development on using Rotary Inverted Pendulum as a benchmark for testing linear and nonlinear control algorithms

Volume: 116, Pages: 347 - 369
Published: Feb 1, 2019
Abstract
Rotary Inverted Pendulum (RIP) is an under-actuated mechanical system which is inherently nonlinear and unstable. For decades, it has been widely used as an experimental setup to explain and test different kinds of control algorithms. The main control objectives of RIP are: Swing-up control, stabilization control, switching control and trajectory tracking control. All these control objectives are described in this study. State-of-the art works...
Paper Details
Title
Current development on using Rotary Inverted Pendulum as a benchmark for testing linear and nonlinear control algorithms
Published Date
Feb 1, 2019
Volume
116
Pages
347 - 369
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