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Robust control design has been increasingly used in industrial settings by leading automation companies. The design procedure has evolved in the last decades and fairly automated procedures exist now for

Robust control design has been increasingly used in industrial settings by leading automation companies. The design procedure has evolved in the last decades and fairly automated procedures exist now for use by practicing engineers or even operators. One does not need to be familiar with the details of the underlying theory to use it. Robust control is different than conventional control in that it accounts for uncertainty bounds and designs a controller with known/desired performance and stability characteristics.

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    Josh, Rakesh, Tsakalis, Konstantinos, MacArthur, J. Ward, & Dash, Sachi (2014). Account for Uncertainty with Robust Control Design PART 1. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROGRESS, 110(11), 31-38.

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