KL-Regelungstechnik-Seminar  /  6.3.2018

Switch Observability for Differential-algebraic Systems

Abstract [nur in Englisch verfügbar]:

Switch observability describes the ability to reconstruct the switching signal of a switched system from input and output data. It makes use of the switching phenomena itself and is therefore a weaker assumption than mode observability, making it particularly useful for fault identification problems.

After introducing and characterizing this observability concept for differential-algebraic system (DAEs), a corresponding observer is presented. The talk concludes with an application to a power network example.

 

Das KL-Regelungstechnik-Seminar wird von unserer Abteilung gemeinsam mit mehreren Arbeitsgruppen der TU Kaiserslautern organisiert:

  • AG Technomathematik (Fachbereich Mathematik)
  • AG Mechatronik in Maschinenbau und Fahrzeugtechnik (Fachbereich Maschinenbau und Verfahrenstechnik)
  • AG Automatisierungstechnik (Fachbereich Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik)
  • AG Elektromobilität (Fachbereich Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik)

Die Veranstaltung findet üblicherweise (von Feiertagsverschiebungen und Sommerpause abgesehen) am ersten Dienstag eines jeden Monats statt. Ziele sind die Horizonterweiterung und der Austausch zu Regelungsthemen auch über die beteiligten Gruppen hinweg.

Übliche Vortragsthemen sind:

  • laufende oder gerade abgeschlossene Graduierungsarbeiten
  • aktuelle Forschung und Projekte

Das Spektrum reicht dabei von den mathematischen Methoden bis zur technischen Umsetzung. Die Vorträge präsentieren meist Resultate, können aber auch ergebnisoffen sein, um Input der Partner zu aktuell offenen Fragen zu erhalten.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.