hw8 - we have talked in class are transducers(pneumatic to...

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CHE 242 Fall 2011 Introduction to Process Control and Simulation Instructor: Professor Mayuresh V. Kothare Homework #8. Due date: Friday, October 21, 2011 http://coursesite.lehigh.edu Problem 1: 30 points Read “Module 15: Flow Control” which starts on page 733 of the text. The purpose of this module is to familiarize yourself with typical instrumentation involved in flow systems. There is not enough time to cover this material in class, but knowledge of instrumentation is critical in setting up any type of automatic control system. Typically concepts that
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Unformatted text preview: we have talked in class are transducers (pneumatic to current P/I or vice versa I/P), range of signals transmitted using pneumatic and electronic signals, etc. All of these are explained in greater detail in this module. Then solve Exercises 1 and 2 on pages 747 and 748. Problem 2: Solve Problem 12 in Chapter 5. 20 points Problem 3: Solve Problem 21 in Chapter 5. 25 points Problem 4: Solve Problem 9 in Chapter 6. 25 points 1...
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