Khadir, Mohamed Talek and Richalet, Jacques and Ringwood, John and O'Connor, Barry
Modelling and Predictive Control of Milk Pasteurisation in the Plate Heat Exchanger.
In: Foodsim 2000 Conference, Nantes, France.
This paper investigates the possible usage of Model Predictive Control (MPC) in a pasteurisation plant outlining the resulting benefits over classical control method, for instance Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) control. However MPC requires a plant model, a physical first principals model of the pasteuriser is developed and validated using data gathered on site at the "Glanbia" milk production unit in Drogheda, Ireland. A PFC controller is then designed using this model, simulated results are presented and compared with the results given by the PID controller in operation.
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||Modelling and Predictive Control; Milk Pasturisation; Plate Heat Exchanger;
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