Part of the Advances in Industrial Control book series (AIC)
Step Response Identification of Integrating and Unstable Processes
Some industrial and chemical processes, e.g., heating boilers and continuous-stirred-tank-reactors (CSTRs), show integrating or unstable dynamics to the input change, such as a step or ramp signal that often occurs in process operations.
KeywordsStep Response Internal Model Control Load Disturbance Controller Tuning Unstable Process
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