In this paper we consider distributed parameter physical systems composed of a reversible part associated with a skew-symmetric operator J as Hamiltonian systems and a symmetric operator associated with some irreversible phenomena. We will show how to use results obtained on reversible systems to parametrize the boundary conditions such that the solution of the associated PDE is contractive. The theoretical results are applied to the example of a tubular reactor with first order chemical reaction. The obtained parametrization is compared with the classical Dankwert conditions.
|Name||IEEE Conference Proceedings|
|Conference||IEEE International Conference on Control Applications 2006|
|Period||4/10/06 → 6/10/06|
|Other||4-6 October 2006|