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|Type of thesis:||Diploma thesis|
Control of Time-delay Systems Using Complex Control Structures
|Written by (author):|
|Department:||Department of Information Engineering and Process Control (IIEAM FCFT)|
|doc. Ing. Monika Bakošová, PhD.|
|Ing. Mária Karšaiová, CSc.|
Final thesis progress:
|Final thesis was successfully defended.|
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Title of the thesis:
|Control of Time-delay Systems Using Complex Control Structures|
The diploma thesis deals with the analysis of the effects of the time-delay on dynamical properties of the controlled process and dynamical properties of a simple feedback closed-loop control system. Options of system controlling with time-delay was analyzed by means of multi-loop control systems, specifically Smith's predictor and his modifications by Vítečková, Majhi-Atherton and Liu. The works is supplemented by simulations of control of stable, unstable and integrating systems with time-delay using listed multi-loop control systems and advantages and disadvantages of the listed multi-loop control systems are also described.
|Key words:||time delay, Smiths predictor, modified Smiths predictor|
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