Handbook of Hybrid Systems Control: Theory, Tools, by Jan Lunze, Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue

By Jan Lunze, Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue

Starting off center idea and reviewing a number of new equipment, theoretical difficulties and functions, this instruction manual exhibits how hybrid dynamical structures might be modelled and understood. 60 professional authors desirous about the new examine actions and business program reviews offer functional insights on subject matters starting from the theoretical investigations over computer-aided layout to purposes in strength administration and the method undefined. based into 3 components, the publication opens with a radical creation to hybrid platforms idea, illustrating new dynamical phenomena via various examples. half II then presents a survey of key instruments and gear integration actions. ultimately, half III is devoted to functions, implementation matters and process integration, contemplating assorted domain names similar to commercial keep an eye on, car structures and electronic networks. 3 working examples are mentioned during the publication, including a number of illustrations, supporting either researchers and execs to appreciate advanced conception, realize difficulties and locate acceptable strategies.

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The models described below distinguish with respect to the way in which they represent the two kinds of subsystems shown in the figure and the interfaces. 3). This list of model classes is by no means exhaustive and we will not discuss them all here, but will only focus on the most well-known, which will also be treated in more detail in the following chapters. Additional references to other hybrid modeling formalisms not discussed here will be provided in the bibliographical notes at the end of the chapter.

All tanks have the same cross-sectional area A and are located at the same level. In a typical situation, the valves V1 , V2 , and V3 are opened and the valves V1L and V2L closed. Liquid is filled into the left tank by the pump P1 . Measurements concern the levels h1 (t) and h2 (t) in tanks T1 and T2 respectively. Discrete sensors (denoted by L in the figure) yield a qualitative characterization of the liquid levels as low, medium, and high. The system has both continuous and discrete inputs. The continuous input is the inflow through the pump uP1 (t) = QP1 (t) and the discrete inputs are the positions of the valves V1 , V2 , and V3 , so that u(t) = (uP1 (t) u1 (t) u2 (t) u3 (t))T holds.

M. H. Heemels, D. Lehmann, J. Lunze, and B. De Schutter Fig. 18 Hybrid automaton of the boost converter. q = 2 are accessible. Switching to the third mode occurs autonomously if the current falls to zero (discontinuous conduction mode (DCM)). 2) is given with the following matrices: • q(t) = 1 : 0 − RLL 1 0 − (R+R C )C A(1) = 1 L B(1) = • E. 0 q(t) = 2 : A(2) = B(2) = • , − L1 RL + RC R R+RC R (R+RC )C 1 L 0 R − (R+R C )L 1 − (R+R C )C , E. q(t) = 3 : A(3) = 0 0 1 0 − (R+R C )C B(3) = 0 0 , E. 5 and a constant 1 Introduction to hybrid systems 29 (b) (a) Fig.

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