Title: Generalized tellegen principle used for energy method for systems modeling
Authors: Štork, Milan
Mayer, Daniel
Hrušák, Josef
Citation: 2016 International Conference on Applied Electronics: Pilsen, 6th – 7th September 2016, Czech Republic, p.257-260.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/35293
ISBN: 978–80–261–0601–2 (Print)
978–80–261–0602–9 (Online)
ISSN: 1803–7232 (Print)
1805–9597 (Online)
Keywords: obvody RLC;letecká elektronika;úspora energie;chaos;telekomunikace;elektrotechnika
Keywords in different language: RLC circuits;aerospace electronics;energy conservation;chaos;telecommunications;electrical engineering
Abstract in different language: This paper deals with dissipativity, stability, chaotic behavior and related structural properties of a relatively broad class of finite dimensional strictly causal systems. The class of nonlinear systems under consideration is described in the state-space representation form. System properties are investigated by a new approach based on a new abstract state energy concept, and on a proper generalization of the well known Tellegen's theorem as a form of the energy conservation principle. The resulting energy function is induced by the output signal power and determines both, the structure of a proper system representation as well as the corresponding system state space topology. The state minimality, as well as parameter minimality requirements plays a crucial role in the proposed method. Several examples are solved, and results of simulation are shown for illustration of fundamental ideas and basic attributes of the proposed method.
Rights: © Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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