A biochemical multi-species quality model of a drinking water distribution system for simulation and design
Drinking Water Distribution Systems (DWDSs) play a key role in sustainable development of modern society. They are classified as critical infrastructure systems. This imposes a large set of highly demanding requirements on the DWDS operation and requires dedicated algorithms for on-line monitoring and control to tackle related problems. Requirements on DWDS availability restrict the usability of the real plant in the design phase....
Stability of softly switched multiregional dynamic output controllers with a static antiwindup filter: A discrete-time case
This paper addresses the problem of model-based global stability analysis of discrete-time Takagi–Sugeno multiregional dynamic output controllers with static antiwindup filters. The presented analyses are reduced to the problem of a feasibility study of the Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMIs), derived based on Lyapunov stability theory. Two sets of LMIs are considered candidate derived from the classical common quadratic Lyapunov...
This paper addresses the problem of actuators’ allocation within networked structured system, namely allocation of disinfectant booster stations within Drinking Water Distribution System (DWDS), under receding horizon optimised control – Model Predictive Control (MPC) to be exact. The allocation task is kept within dynamic multiobjective optimisation framework. The MPC is defined as a single objective predictive operator. Two numerical...
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