Multi Objective Optimization of Multi Component Isothermal Liquid-Phase Kinetic Sequence using Multivariable PI Control

Samira Zamiri, Saeed Balochian, Hossein Baloochian

Abstract


In this paper, an optimal tuned saturated PI type controller with anti-windup structure is used for process control. In first step, a single objective genetic algorithm is used to find the optimal values of controller parameters. To show the difference between optimal and non-optimal control, we use this controller to track the square pulse. The results show that by choosing the control parameters randomly the output cannot track the reference signal but by optimizing the control parameters, the error, and settling time decreases significantly and efficiency of control increases but it needs more control effort. To find the optimal control parameters with lower control input, a multi objective genetic algorithm is used in next step and three points in Pareto front are analysed. It is shown that this method increases the control efficiency and needs lower control input than obtained by single objective genetic algorithm.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v3i4.293

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