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Nonlinear predictive control applied to steam/water loop in large scale ships

(2019) IFAC PAPERSONLINE. 52(1). p.868-873
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In steam/water loop for large scale ships, there are mainly five sub-loops posing different dynamics in the complete process. When optimization is involved, it is necessary to select different prediction horizons for each loop. In this work, the effect of prediction horizon for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) system is studied. Firstly, Nonlinear Extended Prediction Self-Adaptive Controller (NEPSAC) is designed for the steam/water loop system. Secondly, different prediction horizons are simulated within the NEPSAC algorithm. Based on simulation results, we conclude that specific tuning of prediction horizons based on loop’s dynamic outperforms the case when a trade-off is made and a single valued prediction horizon is used for all the loops.
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Nonlinear predictive control, Prediction horizon, Steam power plant, Steam/water loop, Multi-Input and Multi-Output

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Zhao, Shiquan, et al. “Nonlinear Predictive Control Applied to Steam/Water Loop in Large Scale Ships.” IFAC PAPERSONLINE, vol. 52, no. 1, 2019, pp. 868–73.
APA
Zhao, S., Cajo Diaz, R. A., De Keyser, R., Liu, S., & Ionescu, C.-M. (2019). Nonlinear predictive control applied to steam/water loop in large scale ships. In IFAC PAPERSONLINE (Vol. 52, pp. 868–873). FEESC, Florianopolis, BRAZIL.
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Zhao, Shiquan, Ricardo Alfredo Cajo Diaz, Robain De Keyser, Sheng Liu, and Clara-Mihaela Ionescu. 2019. “Nonlinear Predictive Control Applied to Steam/Water Loop in Large Scale Ships.” In IFAC PAPERSONLINE, 52:868–73.
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Zhao, Shiquan, Ricardo Alfredo Cajo Diaz, Robain De Keyser, Sheng Liu, and Clara-Mihaela Ionescu. 2019. “Nonlinear Predictive Control Applied to Steam/Water Loop in Large Scale Ships.” In IFAC PAPERSONLINE, 52:868–873.
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Zhao S, Cajo Diaz RA, De Keyser R, Liu S, Ionescu C-M. Nonlinear predictive control applied to steam/water loop in large scale ships. In: IFAC PAPERSONLINE. 2019. p. 868–73.
IEEE
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S. Zhao, R. A. Cajo Diaz, R. De Keyser, S. Liu, and C.-M. Ionescu, “Nonlinear predictive control applied to steam/water loop in large scale ships,” in IFAC PAPERSONLINE, FEESC, Florianopolis, BRAZIL, 2019, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 868–873.
@inproceedings{8620646,
  abstract     = {{In steam/water loop for large scale ships, there are mainly five sub-loops posing different dynamics in the complete process. When optimization is involved, it is necessary to select different prediction horizons for each loop. In this work, the effect of prediction horizon for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) system is studied. Firstly, Nonlinear Extended Prediction Self-Adaptive Controller (NEPSAC) is designed for the steam/water loop system. Secondly, different prediction horizons are simulated within the NEPSAC algorithm. Based on simulation results, we conclude that specific tuning of prediction horizons based on loop’s dynamic outperforms the case when a trade-off is made and a single valued prediction horizon is used for all the loops.}},
  author       = {{Zhao, Shiquan and Cajo Diaz, Ricardo Alfredo and De Keyser, Robain and Liu, Sheng and Ionescu, Clara-Mihaela}},
  booktitle    = {{IFAC PAPERSONLINE}},
  issn         = {{2405-8963}},
  keywords     = {{Nonlinear predictive control,Prediction horizon,Steam power plant,Steam/water loop,Multi-Input and Multi-Output}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{FEESC, Florianopolis, BRAZIL}},
  number       = {{1}},
  pages        = {{868--873}},
  title        = {{Nonlinear predictive control applied to steam/water loop in large scale ships}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ifacol.2019.06.171}},
  volume       = {{52}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}

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