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|Title:||Fault-tolerant control based on sliding mode for overactuated electric vehicles|
|Authors:||António Figueiredo Lopes|
Rui Esteves Araujo
|Abstract:||This paper proposes a fault tolerant control (FTC) scheme based on sliding mode control for multi-motor electric vehicles. A design method of a sliding mode tracking controller with control allocation is developed based on the information provide by fault detection and identification (FDI) mechanism. The vehicles states yaw rate and longitudinal velocity are simultaneously controlled to track their references. A particular attention is given to study the effect of non-perfect fault estimation. The control allocation explore the over actuated system in order to redistribute the control effort when a fault occurs. Simulations in various driving scenarios with different faults are carried out with a high-fidelity, CarSim, full-vehicle model. Simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed FTC approach. © 2014 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||Non INESC TEC publications - Articles in International Conferences|
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