CEC Faculty Articles

Title

Mathematical Modeling, System Identification, and Controller Design of a Two Tank System

Event Date/Location

New Orleans, LA

Document Type

Article

Date

12-2007

Publication Title

IEEE Conference on Decision and Control

ISSN or ISBN

0191-2216

First Page

2838

Last Page

2843

Description

In this paper we present a case study involving mathematical modeling, system identification, and controller design of a two tank fluid level system. The case study is motivated by a realistic application of a two tank problem. We address some fundamental control oriented issues such as physical plant design and identification, transformation from discrete-time to continuous-time, and finally the controller design. We also introduce a novel physical system identification algorithm consisting of subspace identification, followed by a similarity transformation computation to extract the physical parameters of the system. The controller design is done by pole placement.

DOI

10.1109/CDC.2007.4434949

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