Chemical Process Control: An Introduction to Theory and Practice
A thorough overview of all aspects of chemical process control - process modeling, dynamic analyses of processing systems, a large variety of control schemes, synthesis of multivariable control configurations for single units and complete chemical plants, analysis and design of digital computer control systems.
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Dynamic Behavior of SecondOrder
Design Aspects of a Process Control
Hardware for a Process Control System
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algorithm Assume block diagram Bode plots Chapter characteristics chemical process closed-loop response components composition Consider constant control action control configuration control loops control objectives controlled output CSTR dead degrees of freedom desired value develop deviation variables differential equations digital computer digital control discrete-time distillation column disturbances dynamic behavior effluent Example feed feedforward control final control element first-order system flash drum flow rate frequency given by eq inferential control inlet input input-output model integral interaction inverse response Laplace transform linear liquid level manipulated variables mathematical model nonlinear Nyquist plot operation parameters phase PI controller poles polynomial pressure Problem process control proportional controller reaction reactor root locus roots sampling instants set point shown in Figure signal solution stability steady-state stirred tank heater stream temperature tion toluene total mass transfer function unit step change valve vapor volumetric flow rate yields z-transform zero zero-order hold