SALAH LAGHROUCHE
SALAH LAGHROUCHE
Associate Professor, FEMTO-ST, UTBM
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei utbm.fr
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Higher order sliding mode control based on integral sliding mode
S Laghrouche, F Plestan, A Glumineau
Automatica 43 (3), 531-537, 2007
3892007
Adaptive-gain second-order sliding mode observer design for switching power converters
J Liu, S Laghrouche, M Harmouche, M Wack
Control Engineering Practice 30, 124-131, 2014
1502014
Observer-based higher order sliding mode control of power factor in three-phase AC/DC converter for hybrid electric vehicle applications
J Liu, S Laghrouche, M Wack
International Journal of Control 87 (6), 1117-1130, 2014
1352014
Adaptive second-order sliding mode observer-based fault reconstruction for PEM fuel cell air-feed system
S Laghrouche, J Liu, FS Ahmed, M Harmouche, M Wack
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 23 (3), 1098-1109, 2014
1272014
Robust control of the PEM fuel cell air-feed system via sub-optimal second order sliding mode
I Matraji, S Laghrouche, S Jemei, M Wack
Applied Energy 104, 945-957, 2013
1152013
A new algorithm for high‐order sliding mode control
F Plestan, A Glumineau, S Laghrouche
International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control: IFAC‐Affiliated …, 2008
1132008
Higher order sliding mode control based on optimal approach of an electropneumatic actuator
S Laghrouche¶, M Smaoui, F Plestan, X Brun
International journal of Control 79 (2), 119-131, 2006
1022006
Passivity-based control applied to DC hybrid power source using fuel cell and supercapacitors
MY Ayad, M Becherif, A Henni, A Aboubou, M Wack, S Laghrouche
Energy Conversion and Management 51 (7), 1468-1475, 2010
822010
Robust second order sliding mode control for a permanent magnet synchronous motor
S Laghrouche, F Plestan, A Glumineau, R Boisliveau
Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference, 2003. 5, 4071-4076, 2003
662003
PEM fuel cell air-feed system observer design for automotive applications: an adaptive numerical differentiation approach
J Liu, S Laghrouche, FS Ahmed, M Wack
international journal of hydrogen energy 39 (30), 17210-17221, 2014
562014
Pressure control in a PEM fuel cell via second order sliding mode
I Matraji, S Laghrouche, M Wack
international journal of hydrogen energy 37 (21), 16104-16116, 2012
452012
Modeling identification and simulation of pneumatic actuator for VGT system
A Mehmood, S Laghrouche, M El Bagdouri
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 165 (2), 367-378, 2011
442011
Higher order super-twisting for perturbed chains of integrators
S Laghrouche, M Harmouche, Y Chitour
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 62 (7), 3588-3593, 2017
382017
Load governor based on constrained extremum seeking for PEM fuel cell oxygen starvation and compressor surge protection
S Laghrouche, I Matraji, FS Ahmed, S Jemei, M Wack
International journal of hydrogen energy 38 (33), 14314-14322, 2013
382013
Robust second order sliding mode controller for electropneumatic actuator
S Laghrouche, M Smaoui, X Brun, F Plestan
Proceedings of the 2004 American Control Conference 6, 5090-5095, 2004
382004
Higher order sliding mode control based on optimal linear quadratic control
S Laghrouche, F Plestan, A Glumineau
2003 European Control Conference (ECC), 910-915, 2003
362003
Comparison of robust and adaptive second order sliding mode control in PEMFC air-feed systems
I Matraji, FS Ahmed, S Laghrouche, M Wack
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40 (30), 9491-9504, 2015
332015
Barrier function-based adaptive sliding mode control
H Obeid, LM Fridman, S Laghrouche, M Harmouche
Automatica 93, 540-544, 2018
322018
Control of PEMFC air-feed system using Lyapunov-based robust and adaptive higher order sliding mode control
S Laghrouche, M Harmouche, FS Ahmed, Y Chitour
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology 23 (4), 1594-1601, 2014
312014
Global tracking for underactuated ships with bounded feedback controllers
M Harmouche, S Laghrouche, Y Chitour
International Journal of Control 87 (10), 2035-2043, 2014
312014
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