In this paper a novel adaptive controller-observer temperature control scheme for ideal chemical batch reactors is analyzed. The scheme is based on an adaptive observer for the estimation of the heat released by the reaction; tracking of the desired reactor temperature profile is achieved via a direct adaptive control scheme. Remarkably, the observer and the controller can be designed and tuned separately. The convergence of the overall scheme is analyzed by resorting to a Lyapunov-like argument, while the effectiveness of the approach is proven via computer simulations. © 2006 IEEE.

A controller-observer scheme for adaptive control of chemical batch reactors

PIERRI, FRANCESCO;CACCAVALE, Fabrizio;IAMARINO, Mario;TUFANO, Vincenzo
2006

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In this paper a novel adaptive controller-observer temperature control scheme for ideal chemical batch reactors is analyzed. The scheme is based on an adaptive observer for the estimation of the heat released by the reaction; tracking of the desired reactor temperature profile is achieved via a direct adaptive control scheme. Remarkably, the observer and the controller can be designed and tuned separately. The convergence of the overall scheme is analyzed by resorting to a Lyapunov-like argument, while the effectiveness of the approach is proven via computer simulations. © 2006 IEEE.
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