Steam Generator Level Control with an Observer-Based Algebraic Approach


Level control systems are used to maintain the steam generator water level within the prescribed narrow limits and to provide constant supply of steam during power demand variations. The current level control systems are often found to be unsatisfactory during startup and low power operations. A robust nonlinear estimator-based optimal algebraic control is developed for level control systems to solve the water level tracking problem during power demand variations. It is shown that the proposed control provides an optimal and robust water level tracking with a single automatic controller over the complete range of power operation in the presence of plant uncertainties and noisy measurements.

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@inproceedings{Ablay2013SteamGL, title={Steam Generator Level Control with an Observer-Based Algebraic Approach}, author={G{\"{u}nyaz Ablay}, year={2013} }