Timothy J. Broomhead

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Economic Model Predictive Controllers have shown to improve a plant’s economic performance using state dependant economic stage costs. Recent extensions have provided continual feasibility guarantees, despite changes in economic parameters, however, perfect plant models have been assumed. This assumption is invalid in practise due to modelling errors or(More)
Economic Model Predictive Control differs from conventional tracking model predictive control by directly addressing a plants economic cost as the stage cost, consequently leading to better economic performance. This paper extends current economic model predictive control theory to linear timeinvariant systems with periodic disturbances and cost functions,(More)
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