Complex Dynamics in Fed-Batch Systems: Modeling, Analysis and Control of Alcoholic Fermentations
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Modeling and control of fed-batch fermentation processes has been a subject of great interest to realize high productivity and yields from the fermentation technique. The goal of this dissertation was to gain insights into how the complex dynamic behaviors exhibited in fed-batch fermentation systems affect the stability of standard single-loop as well as non-standard feedback control structures. Novel PID stability theorems were established to help construct the controller stabilizing regions.
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