Control of a Class of Sulfate Reducing Chemostat Via Feedback Polynomial Injection

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R. Aguilar-Lopez
V. Peña-Caballero
M. I. Neria-Gonzalez

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The main goal of this work is to present a new class of feedback controller which contains on its structure a polynomial form of the named control error, the proposed controller is applied to a class of sulfate-reducing chemostat in order to control the sulfate concentration, which would be useful for several biotechnological issues, as heavy metal removal in wastewater. The closed-loop behavior of the chemostat is theoretically analyzed and a practical convergence to the selected optimum trajectory is proved. The proposed methodology is applied to an experimentally corroborated kinetic model of a sulfate-reducing bacterium and further numerical experiments show the satisfactory closed-loop performance of the process in comparison with other controllers.

 

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Aguilar-Lopez, R., Peña-Caballero, V., & Neria-Gonzalez, M. I. (2010). Control of a Class of Sulfate Reducing Chemostat Via Feedback Polynomial Injection. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 8(02). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.16656423.2010.8.02.482