PID, BFO-optimized PID, and PD-FLC control of a two-wheeled machine with two-direction handling mechanism: a comparative study

Goher, Khaled and Fadlallah, Sulaiman (2018) PID, BFO-optimized PID, and PD-FLC control of a two-wheeled machine with two-direction handling mechanism: a comparative study. Robotics and Biomimetics, 5 (6). ISSN 2197-3768

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In this paper; three control approaches are utilized in order to control the stability of a novel five-degrees-of-freedom two-wheeled robotic machine designed for industrial applications that demand a limited-space working environment. Proportional–integral–derivative (PID) control scheme, bacterial foraging optimization of PID control method, and fuzzy logic control method are applied to the wheeled machine to obtain the optimum control strategy that provides the best system stabilization performance. According to simulation results, considering multiple motion scenarios, the PID controller optimized by bacterial foraging optimization method outperformed the other two control methods in terms of minimum overshoot, rise time, and applied input forces.

Keywords:Inverted pendulum, Two-wheeled machine, Two-direction handling, PID, BFO, FLC
Subjects:H Engineering > H671 Robotics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:34106
Deposited On:28 Nov 2018 11:09

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