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The dynamical modelling of physical (bio-)chemical processes based on first principles considerations is analysed from a structural point of view. Based on a classification of the variables and equations that occur in such models, we propose a general framework that can help to organise the...
Nonlinear ship control systems can be designed by exploiting system properties like passivity and dissipativeness in nonlinear system. The nonlinear ship model is written in a vectorial setting with emphasis placed on matrix properties like positiveness, symmetry and skew-symmetry. As a result...
Model reduction is an area of fundamental importance in many modeling and control applications. In this paper we analyze the use of parallel computing in model reduction methods based on balanced truncation of large-scale dense systems. The methods require the computation of the Gramians of a...
This basically tutorial/case study paper illustrates the application of symbolic computation for two classical cases of chemical engineering, namely the modelling and simulation of a heat transfer process intensified by fin-covered surface, and a convective mass transport with first order...
This paper studies the model reduction problem with emphasis on closed loop performance. First, the admissible fixed order models are identified as the ones that are simultaneously stabilizable with the high order process. A complete parametrization of this set in terms of stable parameters that...
The experimentally-measured pressure-volume relationship for the human intracranial system is a nonlinear ‘S-shaped’ curve with two pressure plateaus, a point of inflection, and a vertical asymptote at high pressures where all capacity for volume compensation is lost. In lumped-parameter...
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