Roza Ranjbar

Roza Ranjbar
IMT Lille Douai · Computing and Automation (IA)

PhD Student

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Introduction
Designing Model Predictive Controllers (MPC) for large scale networked systems regarding hydrographical networks that are composed of several interconnected reaches
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - October 2020
IMT Lille Douai
Position
  • Teacher - Cours Magistraux (CM)
Description
  • Hybrid Modelling
Education
September 2014 - February 2017
Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology
Field of study
  • Water and Hydraulic Structure

Publications

Publications (10)
Article
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This paper proposes an Asset-Based methodology to measure the resilience of Water Distribution Networks (WDNs). In the proposed approach, based on impacts of failure of every single asset on the performance of the system, specific degree of criticality in the estimation of a WDN resiliency can be evaluated. This criticality may be extended into thr...
Conference Paper
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This work presents an implementation of a stabilizing model predictive control applied to a nonlinear system. In this work, the quadruple-tank system has been considered. For this process, a precise control benchmark was available and worked on previously. To ensure the asymptotic stability of this nonlinear system, we made a discretized linearized...
Conference Paper
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The management of hydrographical systems is still mainly based on the expertise of the managers. Although this expertise enables the efficient management of these networks under normal conditions, modifications due to human activities or climate change could lead them to manage situations that were not known until now. In addition, advances in Auto...
Chapter
Digital twins of hydrographical networks can be designed based on simulators. They aim not only at reproducing with accurate dynamics of the rivers and canals but also to analyze past events, to design, test, and compare new control algorithms. A delicate stage is an estimation of uncontrolled in/outputs along the canal during a specific event. Obs...
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Applying a stabilizing model predictive control to a non-linear system is presented in this work. For this purpose, the quadruple-tank system has been considered for which a precise control benchmark was available and worked on previously. We could design a multi-model for the mentioned benchmark and to ensure the asymptotic stability of this non-l...
Conference Paper
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Digital twins of hydrographical networks can be designed based on simulators. They aim not only at reproducing with accurate dynamics of the rivers and canals but also to analyze past events, to design, test, and compare new control algorithms. A delicate stage is an estimation of uncontrolled in/outputs along the canal during a specific event. Obs...
Poster
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Hydrographical systems which are mainly comprised of dams, rivers, channels, etc. are in the category of large-scale networks. These systems are not only complex systems in case of consisting of different hydraulic devices such as pumps or gates, but also they are in exposure to complicated circumstances like different demands, unknown inputs, drou...

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