Design and real-time implementation of actuator fault-tolerant control for differential-drive mobile robots based on multiple-model approach
In this article, an actuator fault-tolerant control scheme is proposed for differential-drive mobile robots based on the concept of multiple-model approach. The nonlinear kinematic model of the differential-drive mobile robot is discretized and a bank of extended Kalman filters is designed to detect, isolate, and identify actuator faults. A fault-tolerant controller is then developed based on the detected fault to accommodate its effect on the trajectory-tracking performance of the mobile robot. Extensive experimental results are presented to demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed fault-tolerant control approach. ? IMechE 2018.
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