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1Family Name, First Name, 2Family Name, First Name & 3Family Name, First Name


*1Affiliation, designation, department and institute name, Place, City & Country of First Author (Font-Arial, Size-9)

2Affiliation, designation, department and institute name, Place, City & Country of Second Author (Font-Arial, Size-9)

3Affiliation, designation, department and institute name, Place, City & Country of Third Author (Font-Arial, Size-9)


Note: * Indicates corresponding author

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ARTICLE DETAILS

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Article History:

Received Date:XXXXX

Revised Date: XXXXX

Accepted Date:

Published Online: publisher use only

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Keywords

PI control

State feedback control

Matlab

Simulink.

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*Corresponding Author

Email: Email address of corresponding author

ABSTRACT

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Abstract: In this paper, the author have presented the first order plus dead time system

(FOPDT) as a state space model, PI controller have been designed on the basis of the state

space model. The effectiveness of the state feedback control has been demonstrated in the system response.

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Acknowledgement

Acknowledge the supporters and people involved in research process

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  5. FAO, (1996): World Food Summit, 1995, FAO, Rome.
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