This paper deals with the stabilization problem for nonlinear control-affine systems with the use of oscillating feedback controls. We assume that the local controllability around the origin is guaranteed by the rank condition with Lie brackets of length up to 3. This class of systems includes, in particular, mathematical models of rotating rigid bodies. We propose an explicit control design scheme with time-varying trigonometric polynomials whose coefficients depend on the state of the system. The above coefficients are computed in terms of the inversion of the matrix appearing in the controllability condition. It is shown that the proposed controllers can be used to solve the stabilization problem by exploiting the Chen-Fliess expansion of solutions of the closed-loop system. We also present results of numerical simulations for controlled Euler's equations and a mathematical model of underwater vehicle to illustrate the efficiency of the obtained controllers.
- Pub Date:
- April 2019
- Mathematics - Optimization and Control;
- This is the author's version of the manuscript accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Robot Motion Control (RoMoCo'19)