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Fuzzy I + PD controller for stiction compensation in pneumatic control valve

@inproceedings{Rohilla2017FuzzyI,
  title={Fuzzy I + PD controller for stiction compensation in pneumatic control valve},
  author={Pardeep Kumar Rohilla and Vineet Kumar and Feras Al Hakkak},
  year={2017}
}
Stiction in control valves induces oscillations in process variables which consequently bring down product quality and efficiency, quickens wear and tear, and prompts unsteadiness in the plant. In this paper, an intelligent controller is utilized to suppress the effect of stiction in a pneumatic control valve by mitigates the stiction based oscillations in process variables and controller output. It is developed by cascading a fuzzy integral controller with a conventional proportional plus… Expand
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