2015 - Richard E. Bellman Control Heritage Award
2014 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to mathematical modeling, optimization, and automatic control of chemical and microelectronics processes, and for professional leadership.
2008 - Fellow of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)
Thomas F. Edgar mainly focuses on Control theory, Process control, Control engineering, Nonlinear system and Model predictive control. His study in Control system and PID controller falls within the category of Control theory. His Process control study combines topics in areas such as Microelectronics, Statistical process control, State and Automatic control.
His study in Control engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control and Semiconductor device fabrication. The Nonlinear system study combines topics in areas such as Differential algebraic equation, Estimation, Mathematical optimization and Dynamic data. He combines subjects such as Distributed generation, Thermal energy storage, Control theory, Energy recovery and Computation with his study of Model predictive control.
Thomas F. Edgar mostly deals with Control theory, Process control, Control engineering, Nonlinear system and Control theory. His work carried out in the field of Control theory brings together such families of science as Reduction and Model predictive control. His Control engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Semiconductor device fabrication and Control.
His Nonlinear system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Estimation theory and Mathematical optimization.
Thomas F. Edgar spends much of his time researching Control theory, Process engineering, Efficient energy use, Model predictive control and Thermal energy storage. His Control theory research incorporates elements of Relay, Simple and Process control. His study focuses on the intersection of Process control and fields such as Semiconductor device fabrication with connections in the field of Control engineering.
His research on Process engineering also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Process engineering, Control theory, Model predictive control, Thermal energy storage and Power station. His Process engineering study incorporates themes from Distributed generation, Hydrogen production, Methane reformer, Energy recovery and Photovoltaic system. His work in the fields of PID controller and Dynamic simulation overlaps with other areas such as Transfer entropy.
His PID controller research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Simple and Reduction. His work deals with themes such as Hardening, Air conditioning, Control engineering, Control theory and Martensite, which intersect with Model predictive control. His studies deal with areas such as Building management system and Dynamic data as well as Control engineering.
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Process Dynamics and Control
Dale E. Seborg;Thomas F. Edgar;Duncan A. Mellichamp.
Optimization of Chemical Processes
Thomas F. Edgar;David Mautner Himmelblau;Leon S. Lasdon.
Smart manufacturing, manufacturing intelligence and demand-dynamic performance
Jim Davis;Thomas F. Edgar;James Porter;John Bernaden.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (2012)
Identification of faulty sensors using principal component analysis
Ricardo Dunia;S. Joe Qin;Thomas F. Edgar;Thomas J. McAvoy.
Aiche Journal (1996)
Adaptive control strategies for process control: A survey
D. E. Seborg;Thomas F Edgar;S. L. Shah.
Aiche Journal (1986)
Efficient data reconciliation and estimation for dynamic processes using nonlinear programming techniques
M. J. Leibman;Thomas F Edgar;Leon S Lasdon.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (1992)
Survey Automatic control in microelectronics manufacturing: Practices, challenges, and possibilities
Thomas F. Edgar;Stephanie W. Butler;W.Jarrett Campbell;Carlos Pfeiffer.
An improved method for nonlinear model reduction using balancing of empirical gramians
Juergen Hahn;Thomas F. Edgar.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (2002)
Modeling and control of a solar thermal power plant with thermal energy storage
Kody M. Powell;Thomas F. Edgar.
Chemical Engineering Science (2012)
Clustering analysis of residential electricity demand profiles
Joshua D. Rhodes;Wesley J. Cole;Charles R. Upshaw;Thomas F. Edgar.
Applied Energy (2014)
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