Digital Control of Meteorological Systems

The state-variable matrix approach of modern control theory is applied to a multi-input, multi-output meteorological network. The problem of providing suitable controllers to stabilize the outputs in the presence of deteriorating input parameters is discussed. Numerical simulation of an illustrative example was performed on a digital computer. This report documents the calculations that are necessary to enable applications of digital control methods to the sampled-data systems used for meteorology.

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Author Govind, P.
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Publication Date 1972-01-01T00:00:00
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Suggested Citation Govind, P.. (1972). Digital Control of Meteorological Systems. UCAR/NCAR - Library. Accessed 07 December 2023.

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