This paper addresses the problem of command following for linear, multi-input multi-output, time delay systems using filtered dynamic inversion. The dynamic inversion control input is obtained for linear time-delay systems utilizing the ring framework. This control input is combined with a low-pass-filter to construct a high-gain-stabilizing controller. It is shown that the time-delay-filtered-dynamic-inversion (TD-FDI) uses output feedback, reference-model-input feed-forward, and only requires limited model information. Numerical simulations demonstrate that for sufficiently large choice of a single control parameter, TD-FDI makes the L of the command-following error arbitrarily small.

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