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|Title:||Internal model control design for transition control||Authors:||Chiu, M.-S.
|Issue Date:||Feb-2000||Citation:||Chiu, M.-S.,Cui, S.,Wang, Q.-G. (2000-02). Internal model control design for transition control. AIChE Journal 46 (2) : 309-320. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The problem of controlling processes with a wide range of operating conditions is addressed. The process dynamics is represented by the weighted- sum of the linear model by using model validity functions. By treating the validity functions as uncertainties in the system, an internal model control (IMC) design strategy is developed for a particular class of nonlinear systems. Robust stability analysis under mixed time-varying and time- invariant uncertainties is presented. Simulation results confirm that the proposed IMC design method is indeed superior to its conventional counterpart.||Source Title:||AIChE Journal||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/80626||ISSN:||00011541|
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