(A) study on robust nonlinear predictive control and adaptive model predictive control = 강건한 비선형 예측제어와 적응모델 예측제어에 관한 연구

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A robust nonlinear predictive control strategy using a disturbance estimator is presented. The disturbance estimator is comprised of two parts: one is the disturbance model parameter adaptation and the other is future disturbance prediction. A linear discrete model is proposed as a disturbance model which is formulated by using process inputs and available process measurements. The recursive least square (RLS) method with exponential forgetting is used to determine the uncertain disturbance model parameters and for the future disturbance prediction, future disturbances projected by the future process inputs are used. Two illustrative examples: a jacketed CSTR as a SISO system; an adiabatic CSTR as a MIMO system, and experimental results of the distillation column control are presented. The results indicate that a substantial improvement in nonlinear predictive control performance is possible using the disturbance estimator. An adaptive model predictive control (AMPC) strategy using auto-regression moving-average (ARMA) models is presented. The characteristic features of this methodology are the small computer memory requirement, high computational speed, robustness, and easy handling of nonlinear and time varying MIMO systems. Since the process dynamic behaviors are expressed by ARMA models, the model parameter adaptation is simple and fast to converge. The recursive least square (RLS) method with exponential forgetting is used to trace the process model parameters assuming the process is slowly time varying. The control performance of the AMPC is verified by both comparative simulation and experimental studies on electrolyzer and distillation column control. An Adaptive Model Predictive Control (AMPC) scheme for multivariable unstable processes is presented. The main idea is to design the AMPC under the closed loop system which is stabilized by state or output feedback gains. The final control inputs are the summation of the feedback outputs and the contro...
Park, Sun-Wonresearcher박선원researcher
한국과학기술원 : 화학공학과,
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69040/325007 / 000885374

학위논문(박사) - 한국과학기술원 : 화학공학과, 1994.2, [ xi, 128 p. ]

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