Optimal adaptive computed torque control for haptic-teleoperation system with uncertain dynamics


Abut T., SOYGÜDER S.

Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering, 2021 (Journal Indexed in SCI Expanded) identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Doi Number: 10.1177/09596518211048035
  • Title of Journal : Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering
  • Keywords: dynamic uncertainty, gray wolf optimization, Haptic-teleoperation system, Lyapunov, optimal adaptive computed torque control method

Abstract

© IMechE 2021.This study aimed to eliminate dynamic uncertainty, one of the main problems of haptic teleoperation robotic systems. The optimal adaptive computed torque control method was used to overcome this problem. As is known, excellent stability and transparency are required in teleoperation systems. However, dynamic uncertainty that causes stability problems in the control of these systems also causes poor performance. In conventional adaptive computed torque control methods, updating the parameters of the system is generally discussed, but updating the control coefficients of vital importance in the control of the system is not considered. In the proposed method, an adaptation rule has been created to update uncertain parameters. In addition, the gray wolf optimization algorithm, one of the current optimization algorithms, has been proposed and applied to obtain the control coefficients of the system. The position tracking stability of the system was examined by using Lyapunov stability analysis method. As a result, both simulation and real-time optimal adaptive computational torque control method were used and bilateral position and force control was performed and the performance results of the system are obtained graphically and examined. Optimal adaptive computed torque control method obtained using the gray wolf optimization algorithm was used first in the literature search and success results have been obtained. In this regard, the authors have the idea that this work is an innovative aspect of both simulation and real time with the optimal adaptive computed torque control method.