The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Control engineering, Control theory, Robustness, Smith predictor and Dead time. His work deals with themes such as Electricity, Model predictive control, Renewable energy and Electric power system, which intersect with Control engineering. When carried out as part of a general Model predictive control research project, his work on Predictive controller is frequently linked to work in Solar desalination and Research center, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Control theory study is mostly concerned with PID controller, Open-loop controller and Control system. His biological study focuses on Robust control. His work is dedicated to discovering how Dead time, Process control are connected with Control synthesis, Transfer function and Closed loop and other disciplines.
Control theory, Model predictive control, Robustness, Control engineering and Smith predictor are his primary areas of study. His Process control research extends to Control theory, which is thematically connected. The various areas that Julio E. Normey-Rico examines in his Model predictive control study include Control system, Temperature control, Quadratic programming, Mathematical optimization and Renewable energy.
Julio E. Normey-Rico has included themes like Path tracking and Predictive controller in his Robustness study. In general Control engineering study, his work on Feed forward often relates to the realm of Solar desalination, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Julio E. Normey-Rico works mostly in the field of Smith predictor, limiting it down to concerns involving Multivariable calculus and, occasionally, Control variable.
His primary areas of study are Control theory, Model predictive control, Control theory, Quadratic programming and Optimal control. Nonlinear system and Robustness are subfields of Control theory in which his conducts study. His Robustness study incorporates themes from Smith predictor, PID controller, Dead time and Small-gain theorem.
His research in Model predictive control intersects with topics in Algorithm and Mathematical optimization. His Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Stability, Compensation and Operating point. His Optimal control research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Energy consumption, Process control and Controllability.
Julio E. Normey-Rico focuses on Control theory, Model predictive control, Quadratic programming, Microgrid and Robustness. His work on Dead time as part of his general Control theory study is frequently connected to Field, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Model predictive control course of study focuses on Econometrics and Duration and Optimal control.
His Quadratic programming research includes themes of Control theory and Nonlinear programming, Nonlinear system. His Microgrid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photovoltaic system, Energy management and Search algorithm. His Temperature control research incorporates themes from Smith predictor and Estimator.
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Control of dead-time processes
Julio Elias Normey-Rico;Eduardo Fernández Camacho.
Dead-time compensators: A survey
Julio E. Normey-Rico;Eduardo. F. Camacho.
Control Engineering Practice (2008)
Unified approach for robust dead-time compensator design
Julio E. Normey-Rico;Eduardo F. Camacho.
Journal of Process Control (2009)
A Predictive Controller for Autonomous Vehicle Path Tracking
G.V. Raffo;G.K. Gomes;J.E. Normey-Rico;C.R. Kelber.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2009)
Robust Predictive Control Strategy Applied for Propofol Dosing Using BIS as a Controlled Variable During Anesthesia
C.M. Ionescu;R. De Keyser;B.C. Torrico;T. De Smet.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2008)
Improving the robustness of dead-time compensating PI controllers
J.E. Normey-Rico;C. Bordons;E.F. Camacho.
Control Engineering Practice (1997)
Mobile robot path tracking using a robust PID controller
Julio E. Normey-Rico;Ismael Alcalá;Juan Gómez-Ortega;Eduardo F. Camacho.
Control Engineering Practice (2001)
A unified approach to design dead-time compensators for stable and integrative processes with dead-time
J.E. Normey-Rico;E.F. Camacho.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (2002)
Control of integral processes with dead-time. Part 1: Disturbance observer-based 2DOF control scheme
Qing-Chang Zhong;Julio E. Normey-Rico.
IEE Proceedings - Control Theory and Applications (2002)
Optimizing building comfort temperature regulation via model predictive control
J.D. Álvarez;J.L. Redondo;E. Camponogara;J. Normey-Rico.
Energy and Buildings (2013)
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