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Rossiter, J.A.; Richalet, J. (2001)
Publisher: Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering
Languages: English
Types: Book
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Application of predictive functional control (PFC) has been very successful on many processes, however, application to unstable open-loop processes has met more varied success rates. Certain processes in particular with factors of the type (s-a) (s-ra), r-1 have proved very difficult to stabilise. This paper illustrates how the pre-stabilisation approach to prediction can be used to overcome this bottleneck and with the added bonus of retaining the intuitive tuning parameters that make PFC popular.
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