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Exploring the Use of Design of Experiments in Industrial Processes Operating Under Closed-Loop Control
Quality and Reliability Engineering International
Industrial manufacturing processes often operate under closed-loop control, where automation aims to keep important process variables at their set-points. In process industries such as pulp, paper, chemical and steel plants, it is often hard to find production processes operating in open loop. Instead, closed-loop control systems will actively attempt to minimize the impact of process disturbances. However, we argue that an implicit assumption in most experimental investigations is that thedoi:10.1002/qre.2128 fatcat:wqw3pmu5r5evzglhk637klzobm