F. M. Cadete

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Water delivery canals are large, spatially distributed structures whose objective is to bring in a continuous way water from the sources to the points were it is used. Due to their large scale character, the backbone of water delivery canals modeling is made of partial differential equations, in particular the Saint-Venant equations that embody mass and(More)
This work addresses the problem of tuning the parameters of a distributed model predictive control algorithm (DMPC) applied to the control of water level in a water delivery canal. The D-SIORHC algorithm considered is based on distributed MPC control agents that incorporate stability constraints. Coordination of the different controllers is achieved by a(More)
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