SYNTHESIS OF A TRACKING CONTROL SYSTEM OVER THE FLOTATION PROCESS BASED ON LQR-ALGORITHM
The studies are devoted to the synthesis of the tracking control system of the flotation process based on the LQR-algorithm. The algorithm of finding the parameters of the optimal regulator is given. The results of modelling of the system with the regulator are obtained, and also the comparative analysis of the results of modelling of the system with and without the regulator is shown, which is performed with the help of Matlab software package and the Simulink toolkit.
flotation process; optimal regulator; synthesis of the tracking system; LQR-algorithm; Matlab
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