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Port-Hamiltonian Systems

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GCSW01 - Tutorial workshop

The framework of port-Hamiltonian systems (PH systems) combines both the Hamiltonian approach and the network approach, by associating with the interconnection structure of the network model a geometric structure given by a Dirac structure. In this talk, I introduce port-Hamiltonian (pH) systems and their underlying Dirac structures. Then, a coordinate-based representation of PH systems and some properties are shown. A Lanczos method for the solution of linear systems with nonsymmetric coefficient matrices and its application to pH systems are presenred.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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