Application of H∞ Robust Control on a Scaled Offshore Oil and Gas De-Oiling Facility
AbstractThe offshore de-oiling process is a vital part of current oil recovery, as it separates the profitable oil from water and ensures that the discharged water contains as little of the polluting oil as possible. With the passage of time, there is an increase in the water fraction in reservoirs that adds to the strain put on these facilities, and thus larger quantities of oil are being discharged into the oceans, which has in many studies been linked to negative effects on marine life. In many cases, such installations are controlled using non-cooperative single objective controllers which are inefficient in handling fluctuating inflows or complicated operating conditions. This work introduces a model-based robust H
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Durdevic, P.; Yang, Z. Application of H∞ Robust Control on a Scaled Offshore Oil and Gas De-Oiling Facility. Energies 2018, 11, 287.
Durdevic P, Yang Z. Application of H∞ Robust Control on a Scaled Offshore Oil and Gas De-Oiling Facility. Energies. 2018; 11(2):287.Chicago/Turabian Style
Durdevic, Petar; Yang, Zhenyu. 2018. "Application of H∞ Robust Control on a Scaled Offshore Oil and Gas De-Oiling Facility." Energies 11, no. 2: 287.
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