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Noom, J. (author)
The complexity of automated systems has grown considerably during the past decades. This convolutes the observation of possible faults in these systems. If not being revealed timely, such faults can lead to catastrophic failures. As a result, there is a continuous interest in sophisticated fault diagnosis techniques. Since it is generally...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Moradvandi, A. (author), Abraham, E. (author), Goudjil, Abdelhak (author), De Schutter, B.H.K. (author), Lindeboom, R.E.F. (author)
This paper focuses on the development of linear Switched Box–Jenkins (SBJ) models for approximating complex dynamical models of biological wastewater treatment processes. We discuss the adaptation of these processes to the SBJ framework, showing the model's generality and flexibility as a class of switched systems that can offer accurate...
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González, Rodrigo A. (author), Tiels, Koen (author), Oomen, T.A.E. (author)
Sampling in control applications is increasingly done non-equidistantly in time. This includes applications in motion control, networked control, resource-aware control, and event-based control. Some of these applications, like the ones where displacement is tracked using incremental encoders, are driven by signals that are only measured when...
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Noom, J. (author), Soloviev, O.A. (author), Verhaegen, M.H.G. (author)
We present a novel problem formulation for model-free data-driven fault diagnosis, in which possible faults are diagnosed simultaneously to identifying the linear time-invariant system. This problem is practically relevant for systems whose model cannot be identified reliably prior to diagnosing possible faults, for instance when operating...
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Dziarnowska, Weronika (author)
Researchers have been interested in studying the connection between emotion and memory for decades but much remains unknown due to the elusive nature of the human brain. Furthering our understanding of the phenomenon is crucial for improving the treatment of neurological disorders associated with emotion dysregulation, as well as for enhancing...
master thesis 2023
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Ramesh, Nirupama Sai (author)
Model-based fault diagnosis methodologies rely on an accurate mathematical representation of a system's dynamics to effectively detect and localize faults. However, creating such models can be challenging, particularly for complex systems operating under diverse conditions. Furthermore, faults affecting the system can also modify its dynamics....
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van Laarhoven, Menno (author)
<br/>We expand on the framework by Korda and Mezic (2020) to construct eigenfunctions directly from data by exploiting the eigenfunction PDE, guaranteeing closure and eliminating the need for a prior data dictionary. <br/>The constructed models are extended to forced systems through the multi-step prediction error of a linear state-space model....
master thesis 2023
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Lende, Knut Roar (author)
Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) systems can be used as a bridge to extend the well studied model based control methods of Linear Time-Invariant systems to certain nonlinear systems. Despite significant attention in literature over the last two decades, finding an efficient global state space identification algorithm remains an open problem....
master thesis 2023
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Menken, Maarten (author)
Lithium-ion batteries are the dominant electrochemical energy storage device and are a key enabler of portable electronics and electric vehicles. However, the technology is often criticized for its use of rare metals. Extending the lifetime of lithium-ion batteries can allow for more time to develop rare metal recycling efforts but this requires...
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de Fuijk, Dirk (author)
Adequate modeling of the unsteady aerodynamics during flow separation is critical for effective pilot training in Flight Simulation Training Devices. Over the years, a stall modeling method rooted in Kirchhoff's theory of flow separation has gained popularity due to its relative simplicity and suitability for parameter identification from flight...
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MAHAJAN, SAURABH (author)
Structural joints influence the design strength, material requirement of a structure. Structural joints experience damping dissipation due to friction damping or hysteresis damping. Damping is often used for reducing the vibrations in a structure. However, large amount of energy dissipation leads to deterioration of the material used for...
master thesis 2023
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Verdoes, Max (author)
Chain belt conveyors have become a popular choice for transporting materials in diverse industries. The primary driving force behind these conveyors is the gearmotor, which is composed of an electric motor and a gear unit. The industrial electric motor market is estimated to be 21 billion USD and consumes up to 70\% of the electricity by the...
master thesis 2023
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Anil Meera, A. (author)
The potential impact of a grand unified theory of the brain on the robotics community might be immense, as it might hold the key to the general artificial intelligence. Such a theory might make revolutionary leaps in robot intelligence by improving the quality of our lives. The last two decades have witnessed the rise of one such brain theory -...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Saify, Burhanuddin (author)
As quadrotors continue to become more popular for personal and commercial use, improving their safety is essential, especially in impaired operating states. With (asymmetric) blade damage (ABD) being a potentially dangerous type of impairment, it is beneficial to understand how it affects the dynamic behavior of a quadrotor. This research...
master thesis 2023
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Shi, S. (author), Cheng, Xiaodong (author), Van den Hof, Paul M.J. (author)
Identifiability of a single module in a network of transfer functions is determined by whether a particular transfer function in the network can be uniquely distinguished within a network model set, on the basis of data. Whereas previous research has focused on the situations that all network signals are either excited or measured, we develop...
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Dirkx, Nic (author), Tiels, Koen (author), Oomen, T.A.E. (author)
Frequency response function (FRF) estimation from measured data is an essential step in the design, control, and analysis of complex dynamical systems, including thermal and motion systems. Especially for systems that require long measurement time, missing samples in the data record, e.g., due to measurement interruptions, often occur. The...
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Marino, Luca (author), Cicirello, A. (author)
An approach for the identification of discontinuous and nonsmooth nonlinear forces, as those generated by frictional contacts, in mechanical systems that can be approximated by a single-degree-of-freedom model is presented. To handle the sharp variations and multiple motion regimes introduced by these nonlinearities in the dynamic response, the...
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Mahajan, Saurabh (author), Cicirello, A. (author)
The friction force at joints of engineering structures is usually unknown and not directly identifiable. This contribution explores a procedure for obtaining the governing equation of motion and correctly identifying the unknown Coulomb friction force of a mass-springdashpot system. In particular, a single degree-of-freedom system is...
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Koune, I.C. (author), Rózsás, Árpád (author), Slobbe, Arthur (author), Cicirello, A. (author)
The decreasing cost and improved sensor and monitoring system technology (e.g., fiber optics and strain gauges) have led to more measurements in close proximity to each other. When using such spatially dense measurement data in Bayesian system identification strategies, the correlation in the model prediction error can become significant. The...
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González, Rodrigo A. (author), Tiels, Koen (author), Oomen, T.A.E. (author)
Control applications are increasingly sampled non-equidistantly in time, including in motion control, networked control, resource-aware control, and event-triggered control. Some of these applications use measurement devices that sample equidistantly in the amplitude domain. The aim of this paper is to develop a non-parametric estimator of...
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