Self-Organizing Migrating Algorithm Used for Model Predictive Control of Semi-batch Chemical Reactor
The current availability of powerful computing technologies enables using of complex computational methods. One of such complex method is also the self-organizing migrating algorithm (SOMA). This algorithm can be used for solving of various optimization problems. It may be used even for such complex task, as the non-linear process control is. In this paper, the capability of using SOMA algorithm for the model predictive control (MPC) of semi-batch chemical reactor is studied. The MPC controller including self-organizing migrating algorithm (SOMA) is used for the optimization of the control sequence. The reactor itself is used in chromium recycling process in leather industry.
KeywordsModel predictive control SOMA Chemical reactor Exothermic reaction Mathematical modeling
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