Implementation of Fault-Tolerant Control for a Robot Manipulator Based on Synchronous Sliding Mode Control: An Advanced Study

In this paper, a synchronous sliding mode-based active fault-tolerant control for a robot manipulator is developed. The joint errors tend to equalise and approach zero as the synchronisation errors approach zero. As a result, for a fault-tolerant controller, the synchronisation mechanism is intrinsically effective. The following implementation is provided to demonstrate such a system. To begin, an estimator with an extended state observer was created to estimate uncertainties/disturbances as well as faults/failures. In the controller, the estimator signal was employed for an online compensator. A fault-tolerant controller was suggested that used a synchronous sliding mode method and an estimator. Lyapunov theory was used to determine the system’s stability. Finally, fault tolerant control was compared to conventional sliding mode control in a three-degree-of-freedom robot manipulator. The effectiveness of the proposed active fault-tolerant control with synchronous sliding model technique is demonstrated in this comparison.

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Quang Dan Le
Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, University of Ulsan, Ulsan 44610, South Korea.

Hee-Jun Kang
School of Electrical Engineering, University of Ulsan, Ulsan 44610, Korea.

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