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Control of port-Hamiltonian systems : observer design and alternate passive input-output pairs

By Aneesh Venkatraman


In this thesis we focussed on two control related problems in the context of port-Hamiltonian systems with dissipation (PHSD): (1) Observer design and output feedback stabilization, (2) Energy shaping by using alternate passive input-output pairs. With regard to the first problem, we concentrated mainly on mechanical systems in Chapters 3 and 5 whereas in Chapter 4 we studied observer design for special class of port-Hamiltonian systems which also included electro-mechanical systems. We focussed on the second problem in Chapter 6 where we explored the possibility of generating new passive input-output pairs for a PHSD and investigated their role in shaping the system's energy via the control by interconnection method.

Topics: Hamilton-vergelijkingen, Input-output-analyse; Waarnemers; Proefschriften (vorm); mathematische fysica
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.3166/ejc.16.665-677
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