Reduced-Order Controller Design with Low Sensitivity to Small Feedback Delays
International Journal of Systems Science
Taylor & Francis
Place of Publication
Reduced-order controller design for a class of interconnected singularly perturbed system is considered. Using the singular perturbation and sensitivity theories, a controller is designed that reduces the trajectory sensitivity to small feedback delays. A numerical algorithm for the computation of the feedback gain is presented. Application of the results to the control of a continuous stirred tank reactor is demonstrated.
control system analysis, engineering, systems science
Hossein Oloomi and B. Shafai (2004).
Reduced-Order Controller Design with Low Sensitivity to Small Feedback Delays. International Journal of Systems Science.35 (9), 547-555. United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis.