Supervision and Control for Industrial Processes: Using Grey by Bjorn Sohlberg

By Bjorn Sohlberg

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The model builder plays an active role from defining the purpose of the model to forming a useful model. Basic modelling includes several steps which guide the model builder from a general description to a basic discrete time model. The general description means a document which describes the function of the process. It incIudes physical behaviour of the process and all the information which is possible to acquire from different sourees. The result of the basic modelling procedure is a set of equations which are possible to code to a software module.

Investigates all alternative models at level 1. This will give a more comprehensive picture of the whole situation. This situation demands more ofthe model builder (or investigator) since more models are considered in parallel. However, more information is generated on each level which can be used at the next level, and maybe strongly lead the model builder to create a "good" model ofthe process. In the example given in Fig. 12, we accept the model M242. The notation means that the final model originates from basic model 9\42, stopping at level 4 and model number 2.

Compute the predicted output: Y(k) = G [x(k), u(k), 3. 9 ) Compute the Iinearized measurement matrix: r(k) 4. 10 ) ox Compute the covariance of the prediction error: T P(kl k -1) = ct>(k - I)P(k - 11 k - 1)ct>(k -1) + R 1 5. Compute the filter gain: K(k) 6. 13 ) Compute the estimated states: 'x(kl k) = x(kl k - 1) + K(k) [y(k) - Y(k) ] 8. + R2 ] Compute the covariance of the estimation error: P(kl k) 7. 3 Model construction procedure 9. Compute the transition matrix: aF ax (k) = - 10. 16 ) Ix=x(k), u=u(k), k Compute the covariance matrix of the innovation process: R(k) = r(k)P(kl k - 1)r T 11.

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