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A Disturbance Observer-based Robust Tracking Controller for Uncertain Robot Manipulators

  • Wonseok Ha
  • Juhoon Back
Regular Paper Control Theory and Applications
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Abstract

This paper considers the trajectory tracking problem for uncertain robot manipulators subject to external disturbance torques. The external disturbance torques are assumed to be unknown and time-varying. We present a disturbance observer-based controller which estimates the lumped disturbance (the external disturbance torque combined with the effect of plant uncertainties), and compensates it so that the overall closed-loop system behaves like the nominal closed-loop system that is composed of the nominal model of robot manipulator and the feedback linearization-based tracking controller. A simplified implementation of the proposed controller is also introduced. Simulation results on a robot manipulator are given to validate the performance of the proposed controller.

Keywords

Disturbance observer robot manipulators robust control stability of nonlinear systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of RoboticsKwangwoon UniversitySeoulKorea

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