We study the exact controllability problem for a ring under stretching tension that varies in time. We are looking for a couple of forces, which drive the state solution to rest. We show that applying two forces is necessary for controllability and the ring is controllable in the time interval greater than the optical length of the string. We also explain why one force would not be enough to control the ring. We use the method of moments to reduce the controllability problem to a moment problem for the controlling forces. The solution of that problem is based on an auxiliary basis property result. Both method of moments and proof of the basis property are developed for the model with time-dependent parameters.
Applied Mathematics and Optimization – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 1, 2009
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