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CHE 242 Fall 2011 Introduction to Process Control and Simulation Instructor: Professor Mayuresh V. Kothare Homework #3. Due date: Friday, September 16, 2011 http://ci.lehigh.edu Problem 1: 30 points Read “Module 2: Introduction to SIMULINK” which starts on page 559 of the text. After you have thoroughly understood this module, solve Exercises 1 and 2 on page 572. You may not understand exactly what a controller is, what is PID, what is closed-loop, etc. For the moment, just think about them as transfer fuctions connected with
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Unformatted text preview: appropriate links and blocks (adder, subtractor, etc.). Problem 2: 25 points Consider Example 2.5 on page 65. Suppose the jacket volume V j is in±nite. What e²ect will this have on the model? What will be the jacket exiting temperature? Rewrite the model for this new situation, clearly identifying the states, inputs and outputs of interest. Recompute the Jacobians for linearizing the resulting model. Problem 3: Solve Problem 3 in Chapter 2. 20 points Problem 4: Solve Problem 5 in Chapter 2. 25 points 1...
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