Angol nyelvű Tudományos Konferenciaközlemény (Folyóiratcikk)

Azonosítók

- MTMT: 30462751
- DOI: 10.1109/TIA.2018.2855171
- WoS: 000447827700089

Szakterületek:

This paper considers the computational modeling of the class of bilinear control systems
for hyperbolic conservation laws with nonstandard boundary conditions. These systems
arise from (control) engineering applications of systems displaying propagation phenomena,
i.e., integrating steam, water, and gas pipes. The aim of this paper is achieved by
means of a systematic computational procedure previously introduced and adapted here
for the class of systems under consideration. The procedure, based on a convergent
Method of Lines ensures the convergence of the approximate numerical solution and
also the preservation of the basic properties of the "true" solution as well as its
Lyapunov stability. Thus, the approximate computational model allows numerical quantitative
and qualitative analysis relevant to a specific problem. The computational efficiency
of the procedure is ensured by its implementation based on some, possibly massively,
parallel-structured devices belonging to the Artificial Intelligence field-the cell-based
recurrent neural networks. As a case study, we consider a control system occurring
in the cogeneration process (combined heat and electricity generation). A comparison
between the results of the qualitative analysis and those of the numerical simulations
demonstrates the correctness and effectiveness of the computational procedure for
the dynamics and transients analysis. The paper ends with some conclusions and a list
of open problems.

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