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Engineers generally design control for power converters based on standard models that assume the involved passive components to be linear. In reality, the magnetic characteristics of these components are nonlinear (especially in the presence of large magnetic flux density in the ferromagnetic...
This paper describes a novel optimisation-based framework for analysing the robustness of advanced flight control laws for reusable launch vehicles. The proposed analysis methods are applied and tested on an industrial-standard simulation model of a reusable launch vehicle equipped with a full...
This paper presents a model-predictive approach for trajectory generation of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) combined with a tire model. An optimal tracking problem while avoiding collision with obstacles is formulated in terms of cost minimization under constraints. Information on obstacles is...
A novel, practically implementable robust Distributed Active Power Control (DAPC) technique is presented for IEEE 802.15.4 wireless sensor networks by using Quantitative Feedback Theory (QFT). The proposed DAPC framework is based on tracking a target Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)...
Iterative feedback tuning (IFT) is applied to tune the cascade speed and position controller of a permanent magnet (PM) servo drive. Several variants of experimentally obtained criteria for the test bed are analyzed. The results of the IFT controller, which was easily implemented on a...
This paper studies the influence of apoptosis in the dynamics of the HIV infection. A new modeling of the healthy CD 4 + T-cells activation-induced apoptosis is used. The parameters of this model are identified by using clinical data generated by monitoring patients starting Highly Active...
The tuning of PI gains for a five-phase induction motor with indirect field oriented control and third harmonic injection is analyzed. Third harmonic injection allows to increase the output torque density. A study of the local linearized system shows that rotor time constant detuning and drive...
This paper presents an “ad hoc” methodology for the design of diagnostic software for the detection and isolation of faults on sensors and actuators of a remotely controlled semi scale YF-22 research aircraft. Starting from the structural analysis of the nonlinear dynamic equations of the...
The problem of transient stability for a single machine infinite bus system with the generator excitation and thyristor controlled series compensation (TCSC) is addressed via the coordinated passivation method. The system does not need to be linearized. Two types of uncertainties, namely, the...
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