A. Seshagiri Rao
A. Seshagiri Rao
Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal
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Direct synthesis-based controller design for integrating processes with time delay
AS Rao, VSR Rao, M Chidambaram
Journal of the Franklin Institute 346 (1), 38-56, 2009
1172009
Simple analytical design of modified Smith predictor with improved performance for unstable first-order plus time delay (FOPTD) processes
AS Rao, VSR Rao, M Chidambaram
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 46 (13), 4561-4571, 2007
952007
Smith delay compensator for multivariable non-square systems with multiple time delays
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
Computers & chemical engineering 30 (8), 1243-1255, 2006
872006
Enhanced two-degrees-of-freedom control strategy for second-order unstable processes with time delay
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 45 (10), 3604-3614, 2006
802006
Enhanced IMC based PID controller design for non-minimum phase (NMP) integrating processes with time delays
KG Begum, AS Rao, TK Radhakrishnan
ISA transactions 68, 223-234, 2017
602017
Enhanced control of integrating cascade processes with time delays using modified Smith predictor
S Uma, M Chidambaram, AS Rao, CK Yoo
Chemical Engineering Science 65 (3), 1065-1075, 2010
582010
Analytical design of modified Smith predictor in a two-degrees-of-freedom control scheme for second order unstable processes with time delay
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
ISA transactions 47 (4), 407-419, 2008
512008
Enhanced Smith predictor for unstable processes with time delay
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 44 (22), 8291-8299, 2005
492005
Set point weighted modified Smith predictor for integrating and double integrating processes with time delay
AS Rao, VSR Rao, M Chidambaram
ISA transactions 46 (1), 59-71, 2007
472007
Improved PID controller design for unstable time delay processes based on direct synthesis method and maximum sensitivity
B Vanavil, KK Chaitanya, AS Rao
International Journal of Systems Science 46 (8), 1349-1366, 2015
442015
Enhanced IMC-PID controller design with lead-lag filter for unstable and integrating processes with time delay
B Vanavil, A Anusha, M Perumalsamy, AS Rao
Chemical Engineering Communications 201 (11), 1468-1496, 2014
432014
Maximum sensitivity based analytical tuning rules for PID controllers for unstable dead time processes
KG Begum, AS Rao, TK Radhakrishnan
Chemical engineering research and design 109, 593-606, 2016
412016
Enhancing the performance of parallel cascade control using Smith predictor
AS Rao, S Seethaladevi, S Uma, M Chidambaram
ISA transactions 48 (2), 220-227, 2009
412009
A comparative study of fractional order PIλ/PIλDľ tuning rules for stable first order plus time delay processes
R Ranganayakulu, GUB Babu, AS Rao, DS Patle
Resource-Efficient Technologies 2, S136-S152, 2016
362016
Enhanced control of unstable cascade processes with time delays using a modified smith predictor
S Uma, M Chidambaram, AS Rao
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 48 (6), 3098-3111, 2009
362009
Control of unstable processes with two RHP poles, a zero and time delay
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering 1 (1‐2), 63-69, 2006
302006
PI/PID controllers design for integrating and unstable systems
AS Rao, M Chidambaram
PID control in the third millennium, 75-111, 2012
292012
Set point weighted modified Smith predictor with PID filter controllers for non-minimum-phase (NMP) integrating processes
S Uma, M Chidambaram, AS Rao
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 88 (5-6), 592-601, 2010
282010
Enhanced design of cascade control systems for unstable processes with time delay
PR Dasari, L Alladi, AS Rao, CK Yoo
Journal of process control 45, 43-54, 2016
262016
Dual optimization strategy for N and P removal in a biological wastewater treatment plant
MH Kim, AS Rao, CK Yoo
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 48 (13), 6363-6371, 2009
262009
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