Johannes Reinschke

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This paper considers the design of feedback controllers for linear, time-invariant, spatially distributed systems in an approach which generalises the H∞-framework and in particular the H∞ loop-shaping method. To this end, we introduce a class of spatially distributed system models called /nite dimensional, distributed, linear, time-invariant systems.(More)
  • J. Reinschke
  • International Symposium on Power Electronics…
  • 2006
This paper deals with the modeling and control of a reciprocating linear motor connected to a mechanical load that varies slowly in time. The control objective is to keep the upper and lower dead-points of the oscillatory movement of the motor's armature at predetermined values, where these predetermined values may also vary slowly in time. Furthermore, the(More)
The complex interactions between electric mobility on a large scale with the electric distribution grid constitute a considerable challenge regarding the feasibility, the efficiency and the stability of smart electric distribution grids. On the one hand, the steadily increasing share of decentralized power generation from renewable sources entails a move(More)
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