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Special Issue "Techniques of Control for Energy Optimization in Actuators, Motors and Power Generation Systems"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2016) | Viewed by 102527
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Interests: control systems; mechatronics; actuators; engines control; signal processing; wavelets; Kalman filter; optimal energy control
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Special Issue Information
It is common sense that an intelligent administration of energy resources represents a unique way to respect the environment, and equally redistribute and reutilize resources. In today’s energy systems, control and optimisation techniques and algorithms play a decisive role. In fact, energy optimisation represents a crucial issue in smart grid/micro-grids energy flow, renewable energy, electrical and hybrid vehicles, as well as in traditional engines, energy storage devices, electrical motors, and in any kind of actuator, including alternative actuators. In term of energy, all these systems, from the biggest to the smallest, play an extremely important role. Any kind of small motors and actuators (electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, etc.), which are devoted to the transformation of energy into movement, because of their massive application, should be considered in this process of global intelligent energy optimisation. This Special Issue of Energies will explore the latest developments in intelligent control algorithms and techniques dedicated to the optimal management of energy in the systems listed above, or in any kind of system in which an algorithm or a technique plays a decisive role in term of energy optimization and performance.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paolo Mercorelli
Manuscript Submission Information
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- control techniques and energy optimization in any kind of motors and actuators (electrical, pneumatic, electro-magnetic, mechanical, etc.);
- control techniques and algorithms to optimize energy flow in smart/grid;
- control techniques and algorithms to optimize operational conditions of wind turbines;
- energetic optimization in intelligent drive assistants for electrical and hybrid vehicles;
- techniques and algorithms for management in electrical batteries;
- techniques and algorithms to control combustion engines, such as algorithm for knock control, lambda control, camless systems, etc.