Temperature control of a pilot anaerobic digestion reactor
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Original versionHaugen, F., Bakke, R. & Lie, B. Temperature control of a pilot anaerobic digestion reactor. Modeling, Identification and Control 2013;33(4):99-117 http://dx.doi.org/10.4173/mic.2013.3.1
Results of analysis and design and implementation of a temperature control system for a practical pilot anaerobic digestion (AD) bioreactor fed with dairy waste are presented. A dynamic model of the reactor temperature is used as the basis for theoretical results, including simulations. Controller functions include on-off control, proportional plus integral (PI) control, and feedforward control. Various PI controller tuning methods are compared. The need for adaptivity of PI settings is investigated. Results for a simulated full-scale reactor are given.
PublisherNorwegian Society of Automatic Control
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