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See detailFault-Tolerant Explicit MPC of PEM Fuel Cells
Puig, Vicenç; Rosich, Albert UL; Ocampo, Carlos et al

in Decision and Control, 2007 46th IEEE Conference on (2007)

In this paper, fault-tolerant explicit MPC control of fuel cell systems is presented. MPC is one of the control methodologies that allows to introduce fault-tolerance more easily. Here, this capability is ... [more ▼]

In this paper, fault-tolerant explicit MPC control of fuel cell systems is presented. MPC is one of the control methodologies that allows to introduce fault-tolerance more easily. Here, this capability is extended using recent explicit MPC control theory. Explicit MPC control allows to derive offline the control without using optimization. Moreover, it allows to introduce as additional parameters faults since it is based on parametric programming. This makes possible to change in real-time controller parameters without recomputing the MPC controller or having a bank of pre-computed MPC controllers. Finally, the proposed approach is assessed on a known test bench PEM fuel cell system. [less ▲]

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See detailFault-Tolerant Constrained MPC of PEM Fuel Cells
Rosich, Albert UL; Puig, Vicenç; Quevedo, Joseba

Scientific Conference (2006)

In this paper, fault tolerant constrained MPC control of fuel cells is presented. MPC is one of the control methodologies that can introduce more easily fault-tolerance. Here this capability is extended ... [more ▼]

In this paper, fault tolerant constrained MPC control of fuel cells is presented. MPC is one of the control methodologies that can introduce more easily fault-tolerance. Here this capability is extended using new results on explicit MPC control. Explicit MPC control allows to derive off-line the control without need of using optimization. Moreover, since it is based on parametric programming allows to introduce as additional parameters faults what allow in real-time to change controller gains without the need of recomputing the MPC controller or having a bank of pre-computed MPC controllers. Finally, the proposed approach is assessed on a known test bench PEM fuel cell. [less ▲]

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