Ngo-Quoc-Huy Tran

Ngo-Quoc-Huy Tran
University of Da nang · Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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Introduction
Ngo-Quoc-Huy Tran currently works at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Université Grenoble Alpes. Ngo-Quoc-Huy does research in Automotive Systems Engineering. Their most recent publication is 'Distributed nonlinear optimization-based control for multi-agent systems navigation in a coastal environment'.

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Publications (13)
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Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) has grown significantly as an optimistic alternative to chemical disinfection for surface and air disinfection in the healthcare sector. The application of UVGI in robotic technology has led to new opportunities in developing the disinfection robot which allows us to prevent pathogen transmission, reduce hu...
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Ultraviolet (UV)-based devices have shown their effectiveness on various germicidal purposes. To serve their design optimisation, the disinfection effectiveness of a vertically cylindrical UV lamp, whose wattage ranges from P = 30 − 100 W, is numerically investigated in this work. The UV radiation is solved by the Finite Volume Method together with...
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The purpose of this paper is to model the light paths of optical switch construction based on four discrete positions of the actuator. Specifically, the electromagnetic digital actuators are used to create the switch because it is comprised of a mobile part that can switch along the two orthogonal directions and between 4 discrete positions. The pr...
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This paper presents a numerical investigation of Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection performance against the recently explored SARS-CoV-2 Virus. The UV lighting source is of a vertical lamp supposed to be put in popular mobile UV-C devices. The Finite Volume Method (FVM) and Discrete Ordinates (DO) model are adopted to deal with UV irradiance. Various re...
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This paper deals with the obstacle avoidance problem for an autonomous vehicle using NMPC (Nonlinear Model Predictive Control) while following an a priori given path. The repulsive potential of the operating space is constructed from the bounded convex regions describing the static obstacles for collision-free navigation. The contribution lies in u...
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This paper deals with the motion planning problem for surface vehicles in the presence of varying environmental disturbances. The goal is to steer the vehicles from an initial to a final destination while ensuring connectivity and avoiding collision with fixed and moving obstacles. The novelty lies in the coherent combination among various ingredie...
Thesis
This thesis proposes optimization-based control solutions for the motion planning of multi-agent dynamical systems operating in a variable environment (with static/mobile obstacles and time-varying environmental disturbances).Collision-free paths are planned for the agents through the combined use of set theory (particularly, bounded convex sets),...
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This work presents an NMPC (Nonlinear Model Predictive Control)-based algorithm for safe navigation of multi-agent dynamical systems in a variable environment with fixed or moving obstacles. The contribution lies in the construction of repulsive potential fields for the fixed and moving obstacles which are introduced in a predictive control optimiz...

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The service robots are being ramped up rapidly in healthcare establishments, especially in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. This project aims to develop an Ultraviolet Disinfection Robot (UV-C Robot) which can be used in many medical institutions to disinfect patient rooms, the operating rooms, reduce the cost of traditional disinfection, and most important risks for patients and medical personnel.