Control of higher-dimensional PDEs : flatness and by Thomas Meurer
By Thomas Meurer
This monograph offers new model-based layout equipment for trajectory making plans, suggestions stabilization, nation estimation, and monitoring keep watch over of distributed-parameter structures ruled via partial differential equations (PDEs). Flatness and backstepping ideas and their generalization to PDEs with higher-dimensional spatial area lie on the center of this treatise. This contains the improvement of systematic past due lumping layout methods and the deduction of semi-numerical techniques utilizing appropriate approximation tools. Theoretical advancements are mixed with either simulation examples and experimental effects to bridge the space among mathematical idea and keep an eye on engineering perform within the swiftly evolving PDE keep watch over area.The textual content is split into 5 elements featuring:- a literature survey of paradigms and regulate layout tools for PDE platforms- the 1st precept mathematical modeling of purposes bobbing up in warmth and mass move, interconnected multi-agent structures, and piezo-actuated shrewdpermanent elastic constructions- the generalization of flatness-based trajectory making plans and feedforward regulate to parabolic and biharmonic PDE structures outlined on common higher-dimensional domain names- an extension of the backstepping method of the suggestions keep an eye on and observer layout for parabolic PDEs with parallelepiped area and spatially and time various parameters- the advance of layout thoughts to gain exponentially stabilizing monitoring keep watch over- the evaluate in simulations and experimentsControl of Higher-Dimensional PDEs -- Flatness and Backstepping Designs is a sophisticated study monograph for graduate scholars in utilized arithmetic, keep an eye on conception, and similar fields. The booklet might function a connection with contemporary advancements for researchers and keep an eye on engineers attracted to the research and keep an eye on of structures ruled through PDEs. learn more... half 1. advent and Survey -- creation -- half 2. Modeling and alertness Examples -- version Equations for Non-Convective and Convective warmth move -- version Equations for Multi-Agent Networks -- version Equations for versatile constructions with Piezoelectric Actuation -- Mathematical challenge formula -- half three. Trajectory making plans and Feedforward regulate -- Spectral technique for Time-Invariant platforms with normal Spatial area -- Formal Integration process for Time various platforms with Parallelepiped Spatial area -- half four. suggestions Stabilization, Observer layout, and monitoring keep an eye on -- Backstepping for Linear Diffusion-Convection-Reaction structures with various Parameters on 1-Dimensional domain names -- Backstepping for Linear Diffusion-Convection-Reaction structures with various Parameters on Parallelepiped domain names
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