Optimal control of batch electrochemical reactor using K-L expansion

@article{Zhou2001OptimalCO,
  title={Optimal control of batch electrochemical reactor using K-L expansion},
  author={X. Zhou and Xin-sheng Zhang and X. Wang and Yin-Chun Dai and W. Yuan},
  journal={Chemical Engineering Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={56},
  pages={1485-1490}
}
Abstract A control vector parameterization approach using the Karhunen–Loeve (K–L) expansion for optimal control is presented. Optimal control profiles at different initial conditions are represented by a truncated K–L expansion and the optimal control is thus transformed into a parametric optimization with the K–L coefficient(s) as the optimization variable(s). Closed-loop optimal control therefore becomes feasible because the number of optimization variables is minimized. The presented… Expand
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