Tomasz Klopot

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There is a class of optical sensors for measuring distance, built on the principle of measuring the time of flight of a stream of photons reflected from the target. The primary use of such sensors is to determine the presence or absence of elements on automated production lines. In this paper the statistical properties and characteristics are investigated(More)
The paper presents the experimental studies of the adaptive dynamic matrix control (DMC) algorithm with interpolated parameters. The idea of adaptation mechanism is to determine the controller parameters that appear in the control law equation for several operating points of the system. In turn, the parameter values between the two consecutive operating(More)
The classical (non-adaptive) Dynamic Matrix Control (DMC) algorithm is designed and tuned for a chosen operating point of the nonlinear plant. Hence, the performance of the control system may be deteriorated in a wide range of operating levels. The paper discusses a possibility of using an adaptive Dynamic Matrix Control (DMC) for a hydraulic nonlinear(More)
This work shows the results of the practical implementation of the linearizing controller for the example laboratory pneumatic process of the third relative degree. Controller design is based on the Lie algebra framework but in contrast to the previous attempts, the on-line model update method is suggested to ensure offset-free control. The paper details(More)
The paper presents comparison between two popular predictive control algorithms DMC and PFC. General description of both algorithms are presented in details for FOPDT (First Order Plus Dead Time) dynamics. Heating process with heat source and heat exchanger was used as an example control plant for testing both algorithms. Design of controllers and tuning(More)