Observer design for singularly perturbed systems
Grant number: DP170104102 | Funding period: 2017 - 2021
This project aims to provide a framework for observer design for singularly perturbed systems, analyse performance/robustness of such designs and apply it to engineering problems. Estimating unmeasured physical variables from available measurements is essential in engineering and science, but is hard when the system exhibits multiple time scales. This is common as dynamics occurring on much faster time scales age engineered systems’ physical properties, but tools to deal with these systems do not exist. This project aims to provide the fundamental science to estimate systems exhibiting multiple time scales. These results are expected to improve condition monitoring in mechanical, electrical ..View full description
Related publications (10)
Practical exponential stability and closeness of solutions for singularly perturbed systems via averaging
Mohammad Deghat, Saeed Ahmadizadeh, Dragan Nesic, Chris Manzie
This paper studies the behavior of singularly perturbed nonlinear differential equations with boundary-layer solutions that do not..
A Multi-observer Approach for Parameter and State Estimation of Nonlinear Systems with Slowly Varying Parameters
Luis Cuevas, Dragan Nesic, Chris Manzie, Romain Postoyan
This manuscript addresses the parameter and state estimation problem for continuous time nonlinear systems with unknown slowly tim..