Soft Switching MBC Controller for MIMO Linear Hybrid Systems

Abstract

Switching supervisory is the most important section of a feedback control process in
MIMO hybrid systems. By choosing a non-compatible controller, system may go to
unstable mode or high overshoot response. In this paper, a new method of switching
for selecting MBC controllers is discussed. Results of the simulation show the MIMO
(2-in 2-out) linear hybrid system can be switched stable and low overshooting in
switching time. This method can be expanded to nonlinear MIMO systems.

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