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Control of PDE and Delay Systems Inspired by Applications in Fluids and Structures

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Transport PDEs, alternatively referred to as pure delays, when suitably interconnected among one another or with ODEs, can model a number of processes involving fluids and flexible structures, including extrusion in 3D printing, engine cooling in ships, thermoacoustic instabilities in combustors, aeroelasticity/flutter, slugging in oil risers, stick-slip instability in deep oil drilling, and cantilever twist dynamics in atomic force microscopes. I will present a sequence of control designs for such systems that grow in structural complexity from a simple delay-into-an-ODE cascade structure to multiple hyperbolic PDEs with domain-wide distributed feedback interconnections.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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