thematique : DYCOP

Building systems from simple hyperbolic ones

Zwart, H., Y. Le Gorrec, and Bernhard Maschke. “Building Systems from Simple Hyperbolic Ones.” 91 (2016): 1–6. Pages:1-6 Publication: Systems & Control Letters

On the passivity based control of irreversible processes: A port-Hamiltonian approach

Irreversible port-Hamiltonian systems (IPHS) have recently been proposed for the modelling of irreversible thermodynamic systems. On the other hand, a classical result on the use of the second law of thermodynamics for the stabilization of irreversible processes is the celebrated thermodynamic availability function. These frameworks are combined to propose a class of Passivity Based Controller...

Experimental investigation of the dynamic behavior of a large-scale refrigeration – PCM energy storage system. Validation of a complete model

Wu, Jing, Brice Tremeac, Marie-France Terrier, Mehdi Charni, Emilie Gagnière, Françoise Couenne, Boussad Hamroun, and Christian Jallut. “Experimental Investigation of the Dynamic Behavior of a Large-Scale Refrigeration – PCM Energy Storage System. Validation of a Complete Model.” 116 (2016): 32–42. Pages:32-42 Publication: Energy


Paul Kotyczka, Ass. Professor at the Technical University of Munich (Germany) spends one year at DYCOP-LAGEP from Sept. 1., 2015 in the frame of MARIE SKLODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS Individual Fellowships (IF), EU project 655204- EasyEBC Easy-to-Implement Energy-Based Control Design for Systems of Conservation Laws. Summary:. The aim of EasyEBC is to develop easy-to-handle energy-based control design...

Développement de mousses cellulaires polyuréthanes pour l’intensification des procédés.

Mots Clefs de la thèse : Open cell foam Les mousses solides, en polyuréthane, sont connues pour avoir des propriétés de transports intéressantes telles que des faibles pertes de charges engendrées ou une grande surface spécifique développée permettant une bonne évacuation de la chaleur. Cependant, elles ne sont pas utilisées en tant que support catalytique...