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Model-free Adaptive Sliding Mode Control for Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
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    Feng J, Cao L, Ma L, Zhao D, Spurgeon SK
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    3035, 3040
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    Chinese Control Conference, CCC
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    37th Chinese Control Conference (CCC 2018)
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    Wuhan, China
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© 2018 Technical Committee on Control Theory, Chinese Association of Automation. The continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) is representative of a typical class of chemical equipment, where the dynamics is strongly nonlinear. Two difficult issues in control of a CSTR are the difficulty of accurate modeling and the suppression of external disturbances. Driven by these challenging issues and demanding expectations around performance levels, this paper proposes a control solution based on the model-free data-driven linearization method and sliding mode control. After giving the corresponding stability proof, the effectiveness of the method is validated by MATLAB simulation. Experimental results are also presented to further test the proposed method.
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