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OBSERVER-BASED INPUT-OUTPUT LINEARIZATION CONTROL OF A MULTIVARIABLE CONTINUOUS CHEMICAL REACTOR
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OBSERVER-BASED INPUT-OUTPUT LINEARIZATION CONTROL OF A MULTIVARIABLE CONTINUOUS CHEMICAL REACTOR
Mohamed, Bouhamida; Bachir, Daaou; Abdellah, Mansouri; Mohammed, Chenafa;
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 Abstract
The goal of this paper is to develop a nonlinear observer-based control strategy for a multi-variables continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR). A new robust nonlinear observer is constructed to estimate the whole process state variables. The observer is coupled with a nonlinear controller, designed based on the input-output linearization for controlling the concentration and reactor temperature. The closed loop system is shown to be globally asymptotically stable based on Lyapunov arguments. Finally, computer simulations are developed for showing the performance of the proposed controller.
 Keywords
non-linear observer;feedback linarizing controller;global stability;chemical reactor;
 Language
English
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