Publication

Decentralized control for urban drainage systems via population dynamics: Bogota case study

Conference Article

Conference

European Control Conference (ECC)

Edition

2015

Pages

2426-2431

Doc link

http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ECC.2015.7330902

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Abstract

Control of Urban Drainage Systems (UDS) is studied for cases in which the distribution of run–off through the channels of a system is inefficient, i.e. when the capacity of some structures is not used optimally. In this paper, a decentralized population-dynamics-based control for UDS is presented, particularly using the replicator and projection dynamics. For the design, a methodology to make a partitioning of the system is introduced, and the design of a population–dynamics–based control per each partition is proposed. Moreover, a stability analysis of the closed–loop system is made by using passivity theory. Finally, simulation results show the proposed approach performance in a segment of the Bogota stormwater UDS case study.

Categories

transport control.

Author keywords

decentralized control, urban drainage systems, population dynamics, evolutionary game theory, passivity

Scientific reference

J. Barreiro-Gomez, G. Obando, G. Riaño-Briceño, N. Quijano and C. Ocampo-Martínez. Decentralized control for urban drainage systems via population dynamics: Bogota case study, 2015 European Control Conference, 2015, Linz, Austria, pp. 2426-2431.