Modeling and Control of Low frequency Dynamics of Smart Systems

Document Type

News Article


Low frequency Dynamics of various systems are modeled and analyzed using non-parametric as well parametric modeling techniques. The mathematical models which are developed are tested in closed loop (simulations) with advanced controllers so as to achieve active control of their dynamics. Once the close loop simulations yield accurate and satisfactory results that serve the stated objective of active control of low frequency dynamics, the same are prototype as ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) using LabVIEW FPGA with associated hardware in loop (HIL). Real time deployment is undertaken and the experimental results are analyzed to ensure successful attainment of the stated objective.

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Publication Date

Spring 10-1-2022