Supervised Gain-Scheduling Multimodel versus Linear Parameter Varying Internal Model Control of Open-Channel Systems for Large Operating Conditions

@inproceedings{Duviella2010SupervisedGM,
  title={Supervised Gain-Scheduling Multimodel versus Linear Parameter Varying Internal Model Control of Open-Channel Systems for Large Operating Conditions},
  author={Eric Duviella and Vicenç Puig and Philippe Charbonnaud and Teresa Escobet and F. J. Carrillo and J. Quevedo},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, two internal model control (IMC) controllers using gain-scheduling techniques are proposed and compared for open-channel systems that allow to deal with large operating conditions. In particular, in one side, a linear parameter varying (LPV) model for an open-flow channel system based on a second-order delay Hayami model is proposed. This model will allow one to design a classic gain-scheduling strategy for the IMC controller. On the other side, the LPV model is discretized in a… CONTINUE READING

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