Robust stability considerations in optimal design of dynamic systems under uncertainty
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This paper presents a method for the incorporation of robust stability criteria in the design of dynamic systems under uncertainty. Process systems are modelled via dynamic mathematical models, variations include both uncertain parameters and time-varying disturbances, while control structure selection and controller design is considered as part of the design optimization problem. Stability criteria are included, based on the concept of the measure of a matrix, to maintain desired dynamic characteristics, in a multiperiod design formulation. A combined flexibility-stability analysis step is also introduced to ensure feasible and stable operation of the dynamic system in the presence of parametric uncertainties and process disturbances. The potential of the proposed approach is illustrated with a ternary distillation column design and control problem (featuring a rigorous tray-by-tray model). 1997 Elsevier Science Ltd.
JOURNAL OF PROCESS CONTROL
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Mohideen, M. J., Perkins, J. D., & Pistikopoulos, E. N.
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Mohideen, MJ||Perkins, JD||Pistikopoulos, EN