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Design of Nonlinear Multivariable Feedback Controls by Total Synthesis

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2 Author(s)
Peczkowski, Joseph L. ; Energy Controls Division, The Bendix Corporation, South Bend, Indiana 46620 ; Sain, Michael K.

Total Synthesis (TS) ideas for nonlinear, multivariable control design are based upon the Total Synthesis Problem introduced in 1979 [2]. Motivation for the TS approach, which originated in gas turbine studies [1], is the development of an application based, user oriented design theory for nonlinear, multivariable feedback controller synthesis. This paper continues the evaluation of TS techniques, in an illustrative way, by means of multiple examples founded upon a realistic digital simulation for a gas turbine engine. Emphasis is placed upon the application viewpoint.

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American Control Conference, 1984

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6-8 June 1984