Identification of Transfer Functions in Feedback System and Inverse Problem
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A unified theory of identification in a feedback system is presented from the viewpoint of inverse problem on reactor noise. A power reactor described by a 4 block feedback model is expressed in terms of equivalent correlation functions as a 5 block feedback model with an additional loop, if one of subsystems of the reactor becomes unstable, however, the total system is stable by negative feedback effects, and if noise sources are not independent. The addition of a loop in the feedback system leads errors in estimation of open loop transfer functions. In the case, modified open loop transfer functions are identified instead of original ones. From the viewpoint of reactor diagnosis, notes on system identification are discussed on an open loop transfer function in a low power reactor and on effects of diagonalization in covariance space of noise sources.
- Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 32(12), 1208-1217, 1995-12-25
Atomic Energy Society of Japan