Hydraulic Turbine Model Controlled by Multimodel Robust Controller

J. Osuský(1*), M. Hypiusová(2)

(1) Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
(2) Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
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Abstract


The paper deals with the multimodel and robust control system design, and their combination based on Edge theorem. Controller design will be done in the frequency domain using the Edge Theorem and the Neymark D-partition method for the affine model, this approach guarantees the required degree of stability. Hydraulic turbine model is analysed as system with unstructured uncertainty and robust stability condition is included in controller design. Multimodel and robust control approaches are presented in details on hydraulic turbine model. Control design approaches are compared and used for derivation new approaches which combine advantages of both ones
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Multimodel Control; Robust Control; Hybrid Control; Hydraulic Turbine

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