Dynamic matrix controller design and optimization based on a MIMO double-effect pilot plant model
Lim, Chek Chee.
Date of Issue2000
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Dynamic Matrix Control (DMC) has developed considerably over the last two decades, both within the research control community and in the industry. The reason for this success can be attributed to the fact that it is, perhaps, the most general way of posing the process control problem in the time domain. DMC formulation integrates optimal control, control of process with dead time, multivariable control and future references when available. Another advantage of DMC is that because of the finite control horizon used, constraints and in general non-linear processes which are frequently found in the industry, can be handled.
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Nanyang Technological University