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Tore Hägglund
Tore Hägglund
Professor
tore.hagglund@control.lth.se
Phone: +46 46 222 87 98
Fax: +46 46 13 81 18

Publications 2010‒Present

Conference Contribution:
Josefin Berner et al: Practical Evaluation of a Novel Multivariable Relay Autotuner with Short and Efficient Excitation. 2017.

Conference Contribution:
Josefin Berner et al: Autotuner identification of TITO systems using a single relay feedback experiment. 2017.

Journal Article:
Pedro Mercader et al: Robust PID design based on QFT and convex-concave optimization. 2017.

Proceedings:
Charlotta Johnsson et al (Eds.): LCCC Workshop on Process Control. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Vicent Rodrigo et al: Causal analysis for alarm flood reduction. 2016.

Journal Article:
Josefin Berner et al: Asymmetric relay autotuning - Practical features for industrial use. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Josefin Berner et al: Improved Relay Autotuning using Normalized Time Delay. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Alfred Theorin, Tore Hägglund: Derivative Backoff: A Process Value Saturation Problem for PID Controllers. 2015.

encyclopaedia entry:
Tore Hägglund: Autotuning. 2015.

Journal Article:
Alfred Theorin, Tore Hägglund: Derivative backoff: The other saturation problem for PID controllers. 2015.

Journal Article:
Ola Johnsson et al: A mid-ranging control strategy for non-stationary processes and its application to dissolved oxygen control in a bioprocess. 2015.

Journal Article:
Martin Hast, Tore Hägglund: Optimal proportional–integral–derivative set-point weighting and tuning rules for proportional set-point weights. 2015.

Journal Article:
Olof Garpinger, Tore Hägglund: Software-based optimal PID design with robustness and noise sensitivity constraints. 2015.

Journal Article:
Ola Johnsson et al: Modelling of the oxygen level response to feed rate perturbations in an industrial scale fermentation process. 2015.

Journal Article:
José Luis Guzmán et al: Performance indices for feedforward control. 2015.

Journal Article:
Martin Hast, Tore Hägglund: Low-order feedforward controllers: Optimal performance and practical considerations. 2014.

Conference Contribution:
José Luis Guzmán et al: Understanding PID design through interactive tools. 2014.

Conference Contribution:
Vanessa Romero Segovia et al: Design of measurement noise filters for PID control. 2014.

Journal Article:
Vanessa Romero Segovia et al: Measurement noise filtering for common PID tuning rules. 2014.

Journal Article:
Olof Garpinger et al: Performance and robustness trade-offs in PID control. 2014.

Journal Article:
Vanessa Romero Segovia et al: Measurement noise filtering for PID controllers. 2014.

Journal Article:
Carlos Rodríguez et al: Optimal feedforward compensators for systems with right-half plane zeros. 2014.

Conference Contribution:
Josefin Berner et al: Towards a New Generation of Relay Autotuners. 2014.

Conference Contribution:
Olof Garpinger, Tore Hägglund: Modeling for Optimal PID Design. 2014.

Conference Contribution:
C. Rodríguez et al: Diseño de controladores por Adelanto para Inversión de Retardo no realizable. 2013.

Conference Contribution:
Vanessa Romero Segovia et al: Noise filtering in PI and PID Control. 2013.

Journal Article:
C. Rodríguez et al: Generalized feedforward tuning rules for non-realizable delay inversion. 2013.

Journal Article:
Tore Hägglund: A Unified Discussion on Signal Filtering in PID Control. 2013.

Journal Article:
Kristian Soltesz et al: Individualized closed-loop control of propofol anesthesia: A preliminary study. 2013.

Journal Article:
Ola Johnsson et al: Feed rate control in fed-batch fermentations based on frequency content analysis.. 2013.

Conference Contribution:
Kristian Soltesz et al: Teaching Control Principles to Industry Practitioners. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Ola Johnsson et al: A novel feeding strategy for industrial fed-batch processes based on frequency content analysis. 2012.

Journal Article:
Hong Wang et al: Quantitative Analysis of Influences of Model Plant Mismatch on Control Loop Behavior. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Kristian Soltesz et al: Simulated Mid-ranging Control of Propofol and Remifentanil using EEG-measured Hypnotic Depth of Anesthesia. 2012.

Book Contribution:
José Luis Guzmán et al: Feedforward compensation for PID control loops. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Olof Garpinger et al: Software for PID design: benefits and pitfalls. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Olof Garpinger et al: Criteria and Trade-offs in PID Design. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Tore Hägglund: Signal Filtering in PID Control. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Martin Hast, Tore Hägglund: Design of Optimal Low-Order Feedforward Controllers for Disturbance Rejection. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Martin Hast, Tore Hägglund: Design of Optimal Low-Order Feedforward Controllers. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Anna Lindholm et al: Reducing revenue loss due to disturbances in utilities using buffer tanks - A case study at Perstorp. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Anna Lindholm et al: Reducing revenue loss due to disturbances in utilities using buffer tanks - A case study at Perstorp. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Per-Ola Larsson, Tore Hägglund: Comparison Between Robust PID and Predictive PI Controllers with Constrained Control Signal Noise Sensitivity. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Kristian Soltesz et al: Closed-Loop Anesthesia in Children using a PID Controller: A Pilot Study. 2012.

Journal Article:
Lars Cederqvist et al: Cascade control of the friction stir welding process to seal canisters for spent nuclear fuel. 2012.

Conference Contribution:
Kristian Soltesz et al: Teaching Control Principles to Industry Practitioners. 2011.

Journal Article:
Juan Garrido et al: Practical advantages of inverted decoupling. 2011.

Conference Contribution:
José Luis Guzmán et al: Feedforward Control Concepts through Interactive Tools. 2011.

Conference Contribution:
Per-Ola Larsson, Tore Hägglund: Control Signal Constraints and Filter Order Selection for PI and PID Controllers. 2011.

Conference Contribution:
Kristian Soltesz, Tore Hägglund: Extending the Relay Feedback Experiment. 2011.