dual-mode control

dual-mode control

[′dü·əl ‚mōd kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A type of control law which consists of two distinct types of operation; in linear systems, these modes usually consist of a linear feedback mode and a bang-bang-type mode.
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In [7], the temperature management of H-bridge inverter based on dual-mode control is developed, and the strategy combined quasi-square wave modulation with PWM modulation, with which the power loss can be reduced by 20% to 50%.
Based on high-power three-level explosion-proof inverter output characteristic and the special requirements of thermal stability, in this paper, we put forward a holographic equivalent dual-mode control algorithm based on the simplified SVPWM and quasi-square-wave modulation and calculate the power losses of power devices in three-level explosion-proof inverter on this basis and establish thermal models of power devices and cooling system for thermal simulation.
Iterative learning dual-mode control of exothermic batch reactors.
The dual-mode control scheme was designed to switch between the NMPC and the linear feedback controller depending on the location of the state.