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- 2Distributed Model Predictive Control
- 1Bi-level Optimization
- 1Complexity analysis
- 1Convergence analysis
- 1Interior-point Method
- 1Method of Feasible Directions
Typical chemical plants are large-scale systems composed of a number of processing units, which are integrated with each other via material, energy and information flows. To achieve optimal plant operation, various control strategies have been developed. Although centralized control provides the...
Price-Driven Coordination of Distributed Model Predictive Controllers: A Bi-Level Optimization ApproachDownload
Chemical and petrochemical plants typically integrate a number of geographically distributed operating units, which are physically linked through energy and material streams or inherently coupled via plant-wide constraints. The main drawback of the current decentralized control system is that it...