Mechatronics in Application-oriented Control
The primary research interests cover mechatronics in application-oriented control for practical implementation in process modelling and control, as well as design and optimization. The current topics include intelligent control of pneumatic artificial muscles, remote measurement systems, and novel techniques for computational intelligence in system and control engineering, etc.
|Master Thesis Supervised|
|2008 :||Kanchana Crishan Wickramatunge. Modelling and Control of Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Actuator.|
|2011 :||Manish Kumar Das. A Study of Remote Data Acquisition System in Scenario of Wind Measurement.
|2014 :||Nataporn Korprasertsak. Determination of wind velocity by detection helium balloon motion.|
|2014 :||Pham Quan. Investingation and assessment on potential of wind energy in the central region of Thailand.|
|2015 :||Natapol Korprasertsak. CFD-based analysis and optimization of wind boosters for low speed vertical axis wind turbines.|
|2015 :||Pradip Aryal. Effects of partition on thermal comfort, indoor air quality, energy consumption and perception in air-conditioned building.|
Daniel Kristanto. Mathematical Modeling of Air Conditions Within Car Cabin Via Artificial Neural Networks.
|2019 :||Pongpak Lap-Arparat. Optimal Control of Electricity Generation in Vertical Axis Wind Turbines.|
|Doctoral Thesis Supervised|
|2004 :||Surat Atthajarriyakul. Adaptive Fuzzy Control of Optimal Air Conditions with Efficient Energy Usage.|
|2014 :||Thanana Nuchkrua. Actuation and control of pneumatic artificial muscle with metal hydride based hydrogen storage system.|
|2020 :||Nataporn Korprasertsak. Novel determination of convective heat transfer coefficient via Seebeck effect: an application to thermoelectric anemometer.|
|2020 :||Natapol Korprasertsak. Prediction of short-period energy production for wind farms.|
Kanchit Pawananont. Optimal Combustion Control of Untreated Landfill Gas via Averaging Pulse Width Modulation.