Practical Issues

  • Antonio Visioli
  • Qing-Chang Zhong
Part of the Advances in Industrial Control book series (AIC)


Various control schemes for integral processes with dead time are discussed in the previous chapters. Some practical issues concerned with the controller implementation will be discussed in this chapter and then verified with experiments carried out on a laboratory-scale setup.


Dead Time Disturbance Rejection Internal Stability Tuning Rule Input Flow Rate 
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