unsw ceic3000 w1slide process modeling and analysis

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CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis Lecture 1 A/Prof. Jie Bao
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Course staff Co-lecturer A/Prof. Jie Bao j.bao@unsw.edu.au Chemical Sciences Building Room 909 CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis 2
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Process models A mathematical or physical system, obeying certain specified conditions, whose behaviour is used to understand a physical, biological or social system to which it is analogous in some way”. In this class, we refer to a mathematical model: A process model is a set of mathematical equations (including the necessary input data to solve the equations) that allows us to predict the behaviour of a chemical process system. CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis 3
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4 Example CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis
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5 About the subject Integrate results from modelling exercise with known physicochemical features of the system to evolve better process design and operation. Refine your knowledge of other core subjects in a more analytical fashion therefore making it possible to consolidate your understanding and even draw extensions to other disciplines. A central component of the chemical and process engineering curriculum. Process modelling Process analysis Model solutions Optimization deals with the principles and methods for effectively carrying out this exercise CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis
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Objectives of this course To learn different techniques to build mathematical models e.g., first-principle and empirical approaches. To master the key mathematical methods for the analysis of wide-ranging chemical engineering problems. 6 CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis
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Key features Quantitative analysis & optimization Use the language of mathematics Analytical Numerical Process dynamics Process variables as functions of time Multivariable Analysis Multiple process variables (operating conditions, manipulated variables, controlled variables, disturbances) 7 CEIC3000 Process Modelling and Analysis
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