Ramp metering for flow maximisation and emission reduction – a set-based multi-objective design approach
Paper in proceedings, 2017

A set-theoretical approach is presented for a multi-objective control design of the local ramp metering problem. Two control objectives are specified: first, the optimization of traffic performance, by the minimization of total time spent.Second, the emission factor of CO2 is minimized. The optimal state for traffic emission however lies in the unstable domain of the system. To resolve this inconsistency, the control problem is formalized in a set-theoretical context. For this purpose, the nonlinear METANET model is rewritten in a shifted coordinate frame in a parameter-varying, polytopic representation. Bounds on state-, input- and disturbance variables are expressed by convex polytopes. These sets are then used for the design of an interpolated H∞ controller that is capable of improving traffic conditions according to the prescribed multi-objective criteria.

Author

T. Luspay

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

A Csikos

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

T. Péni

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

I. Varga

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Balázs Adam Kulcsár

Chalmers, Signals and Systems, Systems and control, Automatic Control

Transportation Research Procedia

23521457 (ISSN) 23521465 (eISSN)

Vol. 27 937-944

Areas of Advance

Transport

Subject Categories

Transport Systems and Logistics

Control Engineering

DOI

10.1016/j.trpro.2017.12.148

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3/19/2018