Efficient Modeling and Control of Large-Scale Systems by Athanasios C. Antoulas, Christopher A. Beattie, Serkan

By Athanasios C. Antoulas, Christopher A. Beattie, Serkan Gugercin (auth.), Javad Mohammadpour, Karolos M. Grigoriadis (eds.)

Complexity and dynamic order of managed engineering platforms is consistently expanding. complicated huge scale platforms (where "large" displays the system’s order and never unavoidably its actual dimension) seem in lots of engineering fields, comparable to micro-electromechanics, production, aerospace, civil engineering and tool engineering. Modeling of those structures usually bring about very high-order versions implementing nice demanding situations to the research, layout and keep an eye on difficulties. "Efficient Modeling and regulate of Large-Scale structures" compiles cutting-edge contributions on contemporary analytical and computational equipment for addressing version relief, functionality research and suggestions regulate layout for such structures. additionally addressed at size are new theoretical advancements, novel computational ways and illustrative functions to varied fields, in addition to: - An interdisciplinary concentration emphasizing equipment and ways that may be typically utilized in quite a few engineering fields -Examinations of functions in quite a few fields together with micro-electromechanical structures (MEMS), production approaches, strength networks, site visitors regulate "Efficient Modeling and keep watch over of Large-Scale platforms" is a perfect quantity for engineers and researchers operating within the fields of keep an eye on and dynamic systems.

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Complexity and dynamic order of managed engineering platforms is consistently expanding. advanced huge scale platforms (where "large" displays the system’s order and never unavoidably its actual dimension) seem in lots of engineering fields, reminiscent of micro-electromechanics, production, aerospace, civil engineering and gear engineering.

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Certain circumstances in model reduction require that a reduced-order model have a Dr term different than D. One such case is that of a singular E with a non-defective eigenvalue at 0. This occurs when the internal system dynamics has an auxiliary algebraic constraint that must always be satisfied (perhaps representing rigid body translations or rotations or fluid incompressibility, for example). The dynamical system description given in (1) is then a differential algebraic equation (DAE) and our condition that E have a non-defective eigenvalue at 0 amounts to the requirement that the DAE be of index 1 (see [60]).

Hence, the method of [17] achieves the interpolation conditions while using the reducedorder poles and residues as the variables. 2 Numerical Results for IRKA This problem arises during a cooling process in a rolling mill and is modeled as boundary control of a two dimensional heat equation. , A, E ∈ R79841×79841, B ∈ R79841×7, C ∈ R6×79841 . For details regarding this model, see [18, 20]. Using IRKA, we reduce the order of the full-order system, H(s), to r = 20 to obtain the H2 optimal reduced model, HIRKA (s).

10) We note that the definitions of reduced-order quantities in (10) are invariant under change of basis for the original state space, so the quality of reduced approximations evidently will depend only on effective choices for the right modeling space Vr = Ran(Vr ) and the left modeling space Wr = Ran(Wr ). We choose the modeling subspaces to enforce interpolation which allows us to shift our focus to how best to choose effective interpolation points and tangent directions. Since D ∈ R p×m and both p and m are typically of only modest size, usually D does not play a significant role in the cost of simulation and Dr = D is both a common choice and a natural one arising in the context of a Petrov-Galerkin approximation as described in (10).

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