A multi-stage design approach that uses a multiobjective genetic algorithm as the framework for optimization and multiobjective preference articulation, and an H_infty loop-shaping technique are used to design controllers for a gas turbine engine. A non-linear model is used to assess performance of the controller. Because the computational load of applying multiobjective genetic algorithm to this control strategy is very high, a neural network and response surface models are used in order to speed up the design process within the framework of a multiobjective genetic algorithm. The final designs are checked using the original non-linear model.
- H_infty control
- Multiobjective genetic algorithms
- Neural networks
- Variable complexity modelling
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science Applications
- Artificial Intelligence