Approach to multivariable predictive control applications in residential HVAC direct load control
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AuthorMolina García, Ángel; Gabaldón Marín, Antonio; Fuentes Moreno, Juan Álvaro; Cánovas Rodríguez, Francisco Javier
Knowledge AreaIngeniería Eléctrica
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Bibliographic CitationMOLINA, A., GABALDÓN, A., FUENTES, F.J., CÁNOVAS, F.J., Approach to multivariable predictive control applications in residential HVAC direct load control. En: Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting ( 2000: Seattle, Washington ). IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting, 2000. Seattle, Washington: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 2000. vol.3,1811 - 1816 p. ISBN 0-7803-6420-1
KeywordsControl directo de carga
Sistemas de gestión de carga
Control multivariable restringido
Direct Load Control (DLC)
Load Management Systems (LMS)
Constrained Multivariable Control
The purpose of this paper is to describe a new constrained multivariable predictive control strategy applied in Residential HVAC Direct Load Control. In this way, starting from a target load profile prefixed by the utility in order to achieve several objectives - economic, technical- and taking into account customer constraints - minimum “fort levels, HVAC limits- this control algorithm provides, in a multiobjective hework, the most suitable HVAC load control strategy to minimize the discrepancies between the controlled load curve and the predefined target load curve. The control system has a close-loop behavior with a proper and consistent treatment of modeling errors and other disturbances. It is allowed a dynamic modification of the target load me according to the real-time system behavior. In order to demonstrate its qualities widely, this control system has been applied to modify a real load curve profile under different operating conditions.
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