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Interpolatory-based data-driven pulsed fluidic actuator control design and experimental validation

Abstract : Pulsed fluidic actuators (PFAs) play a central role in the fluid flow experimental control strategy to achieve better performances of aeronautic devices. In this brief, we demonstrate, through an experimental test bench, how the interpolatory-based Loewner data-driven control (L-DDC) framework is an appropriate tool for accurately controlling the outflow velocity of this family of actuators. L-DDC combines the concept of ideal controller with the Loewner framework in a single data-driven rationale, appropriate to experimental users. The contributions of this brief are, first, to emphasize the simplicity and versatility of such a data-driven rationale in a constrained experimental setup and, second, to solve some practical fluid engineers concerns by detailing the complete workflow and key ingredients for successfully implementing a PFA controller from the data acquisition to the control implementation and validation stages.
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Charles Poussot-Vassal, Pauline Kergus, Franck Kerhervé, Denis Sipp, Laurent Cordier. Interpolatory-based data-driven pulsed fluidic actuator control design and experimental validation. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2021, ⟨10.1109/TCST.2021.3070056⟩. ⟨hal-03084334⟩

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