State variables monitoring using a class of nonlinear observer based estimator, applied to continuous bio-system

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Ricardo Aguilar-López
Ricardo Acevedo-Gómez
Marí­a Isabel Neria González
Alma Rosa Domí­nguez-Bocanegra

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In this work, the state estimation of key variables such as biomass and products of a sulfate reducing bacterium is predicted by using only sulfate (substrate) concentration measurements under the assumption of an unknown kinetic term. The process was developed by  ontinuous culture, where the mathematical kinetic model for the biomass, sulfate and sulfide concentrations is presented and tuned using experimental data. The design of the nonlinear state estimator takes into account an adaptive gain. The results of the proposed estimation methodology were generated via numerical simulation; they showed a satisfactory performance.

 

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Aguilar-López, R., Acevedo-Gómez, R., Neria González, M. I., & Domí­nguez-BocanegraA. R. (2008). State variables monitoring using a class of nonlinear observer based estimator, applied to continuous bio-system. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 6(03). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.16656423.2008.6.03.508