Optimization of energy-shaping control of port-controlled hamiltonian system

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Lviv Polytechnic National University
Lviv Polytechnic National University

This paper raises the problem of finding the optimal parameters of a port-controlled Hamiltonian energy-shaping control system (ESCS). For solving this problem it is proposed to supplement the ESCS synthesis procedure with parameterization by shaping the desirable characteristic polynomial of a closed system. In order to verify this method, the synthesis of a modal regulation system and the ESCS controlled by a direct-current drive was carried out, and a number of comparative studies were conducted. The obtained results confirmed the feasibility and effectiveness of the application of the proposed structurally parametrical synthesis procedure of the ESCS.

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