Robust and Reliable Control Systems Design
12th - 14th May 2009, Glasgow
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This three-day course introduces the basic concepts of robust and reliable control system and problems associated with multivariable systems.
Advanced Control technique such as Linear-Quadratic Optimal Control, H-infinity and Predictive Control are illustrated in the lectures. In addition, state estimation using Kalman filter and Fault detection, tolerant and reconfiguration are also included in this course. Available computer design packages are discussed and examples during hands-on sessions are used to reinforce the understanding of the course.
The course will be held in Strathclyde University, Glasgow (map and travel directions).
Glasgow City Centre offers a wide range of accommodation, you can find our recommendations here.
|Day 1: Introduction to Robust Control|
|09.30||Need for Robust and Reliable Control and Assessing Stability"|
|10.15||Uncertainty in Systems and Robust Control Design Fundamentals|
|11.30||Inherent Robustness Properties of State Feedback LQ Optimal Control|
|13.00||Hands-on Session: State Feedback LQ Optimal Control and Robustness|
|14.00||Introduction to Kalman Filtering for Control and Condition Monitoring|
|14.45||Hands-on Session: State Estimation for System with Unmeasured States using Kalman Filter|
|15.45||LQG Control Design Approach for Disturbance Rejection|
|16.30||Hands-On Session: Use of Dynamic Cost Function Weightings to Improve LQG Designs|
|Day 2: LQG and H-infinity Control Design|
|09.00||Introduction to Loop Transfer Recovery Design Methods|
|09.45||Hands-on Session: LQR/LQG and LTR Designs|
|11.00||Introduction to H-infinity Robust Control Methods and Advantages|
|12.00||Hands-On Session: H-infinity Robust Control|
|14.00||Robust Control Design Procedures and Design Issues||15.00||H-infinity Reliable Control Systems Design Methods|
|16.00||Quantitative Feedback Theory: A Powerful Robust Design Method|
|Day 3: Predictive and Nonlinear Control Design and Fault Monitoring with Application|
|09.00||Introduction to Predictive Control Design Methods|
|10.00||Hands-on Session: Introducing Predictive Control Design and Results|
|11.15||Introduction to Fault Detection Methods|
|12.00||Hands-On Session: Model Based Fault Monitoring Methods|
|13.45||Fault Tolerant, Safe and Reconfigurable Control||14.30||Simple Nonlinear Controllers and Compensation Methods|
|16.00||Hands-on Session: Introducing Nonlinear Control|
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