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Zadání závěrečné práce – doc. Ing. Martin Gulan, PhD. – SjF D-MECH pres [roč 3]


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Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Ústav automatizácie, merania a aplikovanej informatiky
 
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
2014/2015
 
 

 
DISSERTATION THESIS TOPIC

 

Author of thesis:
Ing. Martin Gulan
Study programme:
Mechatronics
Study field:5.2.16. Mechatronics
Registration number:
SjF-10950-49587
Student's ID:
49587
Thesis supervisor:
prof. Ing. Boris Rohaľ-Ilkiv, CSc.
Workplace:Institute of automation, measurement and applied informatics
  
Title of the thesis:
Nonlinear model predictive control of underactuated mechatronic systems
  
Language of thesis:
English
 
 
Topic specifications:
1. Formulation of the nonlinear model predictive control (NMPC) problem.
2. Overview and selection of suitable nonlinear optimization methods to address the NMPC problem.
3. Survey on capabilities of computationally efficient NMPC schemes in view of mechatronic systems with fast dynamics.
4. Design and development of laboratory setup involving an underactuated mechatronic system of choice - Pendubot.
5. Synthesis of a feedback NMPC controller in appropriate software environment, with the objective of tracking the unstable equilibrium positions of the system.
6. Practical implementation and experimental verification of functionality and performance of the proposed algorithms in real time.
 
 
Date of entry:
01. 08. 2012
  
Date of submission:
01. 08. 2015



Ing. Martin Gulan
Solver
 
 
 
 
prof. Ing. Gabriel Hulkó, DrSc.
Head of department
 
prof. Ing. Peter Šolek, CSc.
Study programme supervisor