feedback control loop


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feedback control loop

[′fēd‚bak kən′trōl ‚lüp]
(control systems)

feedback control loop

A closed transmission path (loop) that includes an active transducer and consists of a forward path, a feedback path, and one or more mixing points arranged to maintain a prescribed relationship between the loop input and output signals. See feedback (iii).
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The contribution has been aimed to graphical method of robust stability analysis for a feedback control loop containing a main irrigation canal pool modelled as the second order time-delay plant with parametric uncertainty and a fractional order PI controller.
However, the framework may be of limited value in the treatment of asynchronous control problems, such as those encountered in tactical decision making, which may not be well characterized by a standard negative feedback control loop.
A standard feedback control loop was used in the first place and after it also Smith predictor.
A feedback control loop will oscillate when there is a frequency at which the loop gain is unity or greater and the total phase lag equals 3600.
The decoupling proposed by our model not only supports the separation of the corresponding feedback control loops, but also the separation of the elements within each feedback loop.
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In this work, we present a comparative study of the energy-efficiency performance between conventional distillation sequences and thermally coupled distillation arrangements (TCDS) for the separation of ternary mixtures of hydrocarbons under the action of feedback control loops.
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Target zones can be keyed to alarms and feedback control loops.