Studies on Closed-loop Interaction in a Multi-loop Single Tank Control System

 
 
 
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    This paper investigates the interaction between level and flow loop in a single tank system. The data generated is used to generate all transfer functions via step test method. The model generated is then simulated on MATLAB-Simulink and the obtained results are then compared with experimental results for verification. A Relative Gain Array analysis is performed to check the interaction and comment on the pairing.

     

     


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    MIMO Process; Relative Gain Array; Step Test Method;Simulink

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Article ID: 17458
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.26.17458




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