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Modeling, Simulation and Control of Chemical Industrial Reactor

  • Z. ProkopovaEmail author
  • P. Silhavy
  • R. Silhavy
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Abstract

The presented paper is focused on analysis, mathematical modeling, simulation and control of reactor which is used in the chemical and tanning technology. The contribution brings complex analysis of continuous-flow circulation reactor for the cyclohexane production. A mathematical dynamic model was derived and the optimal parameters were computed. Then a comparison of several different methods of controller design was performed. One type of controller was obtained by classical method the second one by algebraic approach via solutions of Diophantine equations in the ring of polynomials. The third type was obtained via solutions of Diophantine equations in the ring of stable and proper rational functions - robust controllers. All simulations were performed in the standard Matlab-Simulink environment.

Keywords

Control Behavior Diophantine Equation Robust Approach Transfer Heat Coefficient Input Flow 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tomas Bata University in ZlinZlinCzech Republic

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