Batch Process Control
Batch processes have been widely applied in modern industries to manufacture a large quantity of products with good consistency and high efficiency. Typical batch processes include robotic manipulators, semiconductor product lines, injection molding, pharmaceutical crystallization, etc. Generally, a batch process is defined as “a process that leads to the production of finite quantities of material by subjecting quantities of input materials to an ordered set of processing activities over a finite period of time using one or more pieces of equipment” (Instrument Society of America 1995).
KeywordsBatch Process Iterative Learn Control Load Disturbance Process Uncertainty Control System Stability
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