This paper focuses on the design of T-S fuzzy path controller for improving the high-speed tracking accuracy of a four-wheel omnidirectional mobile robot (ODMR). Usually, when an ODMR moves in high speed, the adverse effects induced by Coriolis force significantly deteriorate the tracking performances. In this paper, a T-S fuzzy control designed with both the state feedback and path tracking error is proposed to meet the design specifications. Moreover, a new approach of kinematics inversion considering the nonlinear term of coordinate transform is proposed to simplify the analysis of ODMR motion. Finally, an example is provided to compare the present T-S fuzzy path controller with the well-tuned PID controller. The simulation results indicate that the proposed approach provides much better tracking performances as the speed of ODMR increases.
|Name||IEEE Industrial Electronics Society|
|Conference||32nd Annual Conference of the IEEE-Industrial-Electronics-Society|
|Period||7/11/06 → 10/11/06|