in this paper, a new methodology for feedforward-feedback control system design is proposed. Initially, the concept of control equilibrium point is introduced. Using this concept, the steady state control command is determined so as to maintain the desired situation of the system. Non-model-based feedforward control law is conducted on this basis using an artificial neural network. The feedback controller is a gain pushing the system towards the reference. In this article, the case study is the concentration control of a non-thermic Catalytic Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR). Using the proposed control system, the value of feedback controller gain can be arbitrarily high with a guaranteed BIBO stability. The mathematical model of the system is used neither in design nor in stability analysis, and stability of the control system is addressed using some evident practical assumptions which can be extended to many other systems. In this case study, the level height of the reactor is not particularly subject to control but the control system is so designed that this variable never goes lower than a specified limit. The proposed method returns surprisingly good results in comparison with the results with a well-designed fuzzy control system.