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This thesis studies the multivariable averaging level control problem by developing and comparing various controller design techniques. Due to obvious safety and economic considerations, the level of a surge tank must never be allowed to overflow or become empty, while the flow rate constraints must be satisfied. Hence, the main emphasis of the thesis is on the study of constrained controller design techniques. Multivariable design techniques such as decentralized, decoupled and fulldoi:10.14288/1.0065517 fatcat:lbi5vcgcvrhgbfib2bvzkdliau