INVESTIGATION OF THE PETERKA-TYPE SELF-TUNING REGULATOR BY SIMULATION.

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Abstract

The Peterka-type self-tuning regulator, as an illustrative and simple example of discrete linear self-tuning regulators, was investigated by simulation in order to prepare microprocessor-implemented chemical applications. Simulation results were analyzed as functions of control object properties and as random variables depending on process noise realizations. An ideal control performance characterizing the maximum possible control profit of a discrete, linear, stochastic, Aastrom-type single-input single-output system was defined, and a single useful estimation was found. The Peterka-type self-tuning regulator was investigated under realistic operation conditions, and the characteristics of its microprocessor-implemented program were estimated. The properties of this simple self-tuning regulator were compared to the requirements of chemical applications.

Original languageEnglish
Pages403-409
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1980
EventDigital Comput Appl to Process Control, Proc of the IFAC/IFIP Conf, 6th - Duesseldorf, W Ger
Duration: Oct 14 1980Oct 17 1980

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OtherDigital Comput Appl to Process Control, Proc of the IFAC/IFIP Conf, 6th
CityDuesseldorf, W Ger
Period10/14/8010/17/80

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  • Engineering(all)

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    Hangos, K. M. (1980). INVESTIGATION OF THE PETERKA-TYPE SELF-TUNING REGULATOR BY SIMULATION.. 403-409. Paper presented at Digital Comput Appl to Process Control, Proc of the IFAC/IFIP Conf, 6th, Duesseldorf, W Ger, . https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-08-026749-4.50054-0