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Authors: A. G. Marchetti; D. Zumoffen.

Resumen: In the context of process optimization, several techniques have been proposed in order to operate the plant near the economically optimal steady-state operating point. This paper discusses the links and differences between three of these techniques: (i) real-time optimization using the classical two-step approach, (ii) neighboring-extremal control with output feedback, and (iii) self-optimizing control using the null space method. It is argued that, under certain assumptions, the technique (ii) can be viewed as a first-order approximation of (i). Also, while (ii) and (iii) enforce similar optimal operations, their dynamic implementation and design features are very different.

Meeting type: Conferencia.

Type of job: Artículo Completo.

Production: On the Links Between Real-Time Optimization, Neighboring-Extremal Control, and Self-Optimizing Control.

Scientific meeting: 12th European Control Conference (ECC13).

Meeting place: Zurich.

Organizing Institution: European Control Association (EUCA).

It's published?: Yes

Publication place: Zurich

Meeting month: 7

Year: 2013.