Repetitive processes modelling of gas transport networks

Dymkou S, Leugering G, Jank G (2007)

Publication Language: English

Publication Status: Published

Publication Type: Conference contribution, Abstract of lecture

Publication year: 2007

Publisher: IEEE Xplore

Pages Range: 101-108

Conference Proceedings Title: Multidimensional (nD) Systems


DOI: 10.1109/NDS.2007.4509556


In this paper we consider some classes of discrete-continuous 2-D models in order to build a finite dimensional linear state space model of a gas distribution network. The models introduced are shown to be suitable for handling problems of optimal control of pressure and flow in gas transport units. The focus is on the development of a comprehensive optimization theory based on a 'constructive approach'. Moreover, an optimal feedback control problem is considered that is of interest in both systems theory and application.

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Dymkou, S., Leugering, G., & Jank, G. (2007, January). Repetitive processes modelling of gas transport networks. Paper presentation at 2007 International Workshop.


Dymkou, Siarhei, Günter Leugering, and Gerhard Jank. "Repetitive processes modelling of gas transport networks." Presented at 2007 International Workshop Ed. IEEE, IEEE Xplore, 2007.

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