Exergy and irreversible entropy production thermodynamic concepts for nonlinear control design

@inproceedings{Robinett2009ExergyAI,
  title={Exergy and irreversible entropy production thermodynamic concepts for nonlinear control design},
  author={Rush D. Robinett and David G. Wilson},
  year={2009}
}
  • Rush D. Robinett, David G. Wilson
  • Published 2009
  • Physics
  • This paper develops a novel nonlinear control system design methodology that uniquely combines: concepts from exergy and entropy; Hamiltonian systems; Lyapunov's direct method and optimal analysis; and power flow control analysis. Relationships are derived between exergy/entropy and Lyapunov optimal functions for Hamiltonian systems based on the recognition that the Hamiltonian is stored exergy. The control system stability and performance are partitioned and evaluated based on exergy… CONTINUE READING

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