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Title: A comparative study of model-based control techniques for batch crystallization process
Authors: Shen, J.-X.
Chiu, M.-S. 
Wang, Q.-G. 
Keywords: Batch Crystallization Process
Batch Process Control
Generic Model Control
Globally Linearizing Control
Model Predictive Control
Issue Date: Aug-1999
Citation: Shen, J.-X.,Chiu, M.-S.,Wang, Q.-G. (1999-08). A comparative study of model-based control techniques for batch crystallization process. Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan 32 (4) : 456-464. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: For the batch crystallization process, the tracking of temperature trajectory, which involves severe nonlinear and non-stationary features, is somewhat difficult to achieve. In this paper, three model-based control strategies, globally linearizing control, generic model control and multi-model based model predictive control, are applied to a batch crystallization process. Simulation results show that all three model-based controllers can provide superior trajectory tracking, disturbance rejection capability and robustness to the modelling errors in the process model as compared with conventional PI controller. Copyright © 1999 The Society of Chemical Engineers.
Source Title: Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan
ISSN: 00219592
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