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Modelling and nonlinear model predictive control of kite system for high altitude wind energy generation

Zhao, Zhenhua and Yang, Jun and Yue, Hong and Li, Shihua (2014) Modelling and nonlinear model predictive control of kite system for high altitude wind energy generation. In: 33rd Chinese Control Conference, 2014-07-28 - 2014-07-30.

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Abstract

This paper discusses modelling and nonlinear model predictive control of kite system for high altitude wind energy generation.