A Novel Higher-Order Sliding Mode Control Scheme for Uncertain Nonlinear Systems: Short-period Missile Control Application

Belkacem Kada

Abstract


The paper proposes a novel higher-order sliding modes (HOSM) control scheme for a class of uncertain nonlinear systems. The HOSM-based control scheme is developed based on the Filippovs differential inclusion and local properties of affine nonlinear systems with control constraints. The resulting control provides exponential stability and ensures robustness against modeling errors and parameter uncertainties. The proposed HOSM-based control scheme is used to design a short-period pitch-axis flight control system of a short-range tactical missile where performance and robustness are demonstrated via computer simulations.


Keywords


Flight control system design; Higher-order sliding modes; Missile dynamic and control; Nonlinear robust control

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