Waste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control - MDPI

Waste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control - MDPI

Waste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control - mdpi.comThe focus of this study is to present the adherent transients that accompany the combustion of waste derived fuels. This is accomplished, in large, by developing a dynamic model of the process, which can then be used for control purposes. Traditional control measures typically applied in the heat and power industry, i.e., PI (proportional-integral) controllers, might not be robust enough to Waste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control - MDPIThe focus of this study is to present the adherent transients that accompany the combustion of waste derived fuels. This is accomplished, in large, by developing a dynamic model of the process, which can then be used for control purposes. Traditional control measures typically applied in the heat and power industry, i.e., PI (proportional-integral) controllers, might not be robust enough to

(PDF) Waste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and ControlWaste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control Article (PDF Available) in Processes 6(11):222 · November 2018 with 239 Reads How we measure &39;reads&39;Waste fuel combustion : Dynamic modeling and controlMDPI AG , 2018. Vol. 6, no 11, article id 222 Keywords [en] Circulating fluidized bed boiler, Dynamic modeling, Process control, Refuse derived fuel, Waste to energy National Category Energy Engineering IdentifiersNathan Zimmerman 1,* , Konstantinos Kyprianidis 1 - MDPIWaste Fuel Combustion: Dynamic Modeling and Control Nathan Zimmerman 1,* , Konstantinos Kyprianidis 1 and Carl-Fredrik Lindberg 1,2 1 Mälardalen University, Box 883, 721 23 Västerås, Sweden; konstantinos.kyprianidis@mdh.se (K.K.); carl-fredrik.lindberg@se.abb.com (C.-F.L.) 2 ABB Force Measurement, Tvärleden 2, 721 36 Västerås, Sweden

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