Process Controls introduction

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Introduction 1. Motivation 2. Stirred tank blending system 3. Classification of control strategies 4. Distillation column 5. Control system design 6. Overview of the course
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Motivation for Process Control The technological environment » » Highly constrained operation » Increased utilization of batch processing The economic environment » International competition » Rapidly changing economic conditions » Tighter product quality specifications » Demand for higher production rates » » More stringent environmental & safety requirements
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Continuous & Batch Processes
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Elements of Process Control Process modeling » Knowledge embedded in mathematical description » A core competency of chemical engineers » Model used for dynamic analysis & control system design Process dynamics » Study of unsteady-state (transient) behavior » Startups/shutdowns, disturbance effects, production rate changes » Underemphasized in other ChE courses Process control
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2009 for the course CHEG 4133 taught by Professor Fotuoh during the Spring '09 term at Prairie View A & M.

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