Model-based versus model-free control designs for improving microalgae growth in a closed photobioreactor: Some preliminary comparisons

Abstract : Controlling microalgae cultivation, i.e., a crucial industrial topic today, is a challenging task since the corresponding modeling is complex, highly uncertain and time-varying. A model-free control setting is therefore introduced in order to ensure a high growth of microalgae in a continuous closed photobioreactor. Computer simulations are displayed in order to compare this design to an input-output feedback linearizing control strategy, which is widely used in the academic literature on photobioreactors. They assess the superiority of the model-free standpoint both in terms of performances and implementation simplicity.
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Sihem Tebbani, Mariana Titica, Cédric Join, Michel Fliess, Didier Dumur. Model-based versus model-free control designs for improving microalgae growth in a closed photobioreactor: Some preliminary comparisons. The 24th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED'16), Jun 2016, Athens, Greece. ⟨hal-01312251v1⟩

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