International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 9 (2019) No. 4, pages: 1154-1162, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.9.4.9485

Modified Particle Swarm Optimization Based PID for Movement Control of Two-Wheeled Balancing Robot

Nurul Hasanah, - Alrijadjis, Bambang Sumantri

Abstract

Two-wheeled balancing robot is a mobile robot that has helped various human’s jobs such as the transportations. To control stability is still be the challenges for researchers. Three equations are obtained by analyzing the dynamics of the robot with the Newton approach. To control three degrees of freedom (DOF) of the robot, PIDs is tuned automatically and optimized by multivariable Modified Particle Swarm Optimization (MPSO). Some parameters of the PSO process are modified to be a nonlinear function. The inertia weight and learning factor variable on PSO are modified to decreasing exponentially and increasing exponentially, respectively. The Integral Absolute Error (IAE) and Integral Square Error (ISE) evaluate the error values. The performances of MPSO and PSO classic are tested by several Benchmark functions. The results of the Benchmark Function show that Modified PSO proposed to produce less error and overshoot. Therefore, the MPSO purposed are implemented to the plant of balancing robot to control the angle, the position, and the heading of the robot. The result of the simulation built shows that the MPSO – PID can make the robot moves to the desired positions and maintain the stability of the angle of the robot. The input of distance and angle of the robot are coupling so MPSO needs six variable to optimize the PID parameters of balancing and distance control.

Keywords:

modified PSO; balancing robot; PID; IAE; ISE; benchmark function.

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