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Stabilization and Tracking Control of X–Z Inverted Pendulum with Sliding-Mode Control

This post is an excerpt from the journal ISA Transactions.  All ISA Transactions articles are free to ISA members, or can be purchased from Elsevier Press.

Abstract: XZ inverted pendulum is a new kind of inverted pendulum which can move with the combination of the vertical and horizontal forces. Through a new transformation, the XZ inverted pendulum is decomposed into three simple models. Based on the simple models, Dollarphotoclub_59130046sliding-mode control is applied to stabilization and tracking control of the inverted pendulum. The performance of the sliding mode control is compared with that of the PID control. Simulation results show that the design scheme of sliding-mode control is effective for the stabilization and tracking control of the XZ inverted pendulum.

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