Model predictive control of drinking water networks: a hierarchical and decentralized approach
Document typeConference report
PublisherIEEE Press. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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European Commisision's projectWIDE - Decentralized and Wireless Control of Large-Scale Systems (EC-FP7-224168)
In this paper, a decentralized model predictive control (DMPC) strategy for drinking water networks (DWN)is proposed. The DWN is partitioned in a set of subnetworks using a partitioning algorithm that makes use of the topology of the network, the information about the actuator usage and heuristics. A suboptimal DMPC strategy was derived that allows the hierarchical solution of the set of MPC controllers used to control each partition. A comparative study between the centralized MPC (CMPC) and DMPC approaches is developed on the case study, which consists in an aggregate version of the Barcelona DWN. Results have shown the effectiveness of the proposed DMPC approach in terms of the computation time while an admissible level of suboptimality is obtained in all the considered scenarios.
CitationOcampo-Martinez, C. [et al.]. Model predictive control of drinking water networks: a hierarchical and decentralized approach. A: American Control Conference. "2010 American Control Conference". Baltimore: IEEE Press. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2010, p. 3951-3956.
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