CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION TO
PROCESS CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Explain the feedback concept applied to
control
Explain and identify the three elements in
a feedback loop
Be able to apply feedback manual
CHAPTER 15: FEEDFORWARD CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Identify situations for which feedforward
is a good control enhancement
Design feedforward control using the five
design rules
Apply the feedforward pr
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION - WORKSHOP 1
You are implementing
control manually.
Flow Control
a. Explain the principle
for a typical flow
sensor
b. Explain how the final
element affects the
controlled variable.
c. Explain the correct
action if you want to
incr
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION - WORKSHOP 1
You are implementing
control manually.
Flow Control
a. Explain the principle
for a typical flow
sensor
b. Explain how the final
element affects the
controlled variable.
c. Explain the correct
action if you want to
incr
HW2: Simulink Section (35%) and Book Problems Section (65%)
1) Simulink Section
Do a thorough analysis of the sldemo_househeat model in a ppt file, including, but not limited to
the following:
a) The equations for each block or subsystem:
For instance, fo
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 5
PROBLEMS 7.1, 7.13, 7.10, 7.15
7.1 A STEP CHANGE OF MAGNITUDE 4 IS INTRODUCED INTO A SYSTEM
HAVING THE TRANSFER FUNCTION
Y (s )
1
= 2 2
X ( s ) s +2 s+1
10
1
10
4
2
2
s +1.6 s+ 4
1 2 1.6
s+
s+1
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 2
PROBLEMS 3.1, 3A.1, 3A.2, 3A.3, 3A.4, 3A.7(A)-(D), 3A.10
3.1 SOLVE USING LAPLACE TRANSFORM
2
a)
d x dx
'
+ +x =1, x ( 0 )=x ( 0 )=0
2
d t dt
[ s 2 x ( s )sx ( 0 )x ' ( 0 ) ]+ [ sx ( s )x ( 0 ) ]+
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 3
PROBLEMS 4.4, 4.6, 4.13, 5.1, 5.3, 5.9
4.4 A THERMOMETER HAVING FIRST- ORDER DYNAMICS WITH A TIME
CONSTANT OF 1 MIN IS PLACED IN A TEMPERATURE BATH AT 100F. AFTER
THE THERMOMETER REACHES STEADY S
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 3
PROBLEMS 5.4, 5.14, 5.18, 6.1, 6.7
5.4 DEVELOP A FORMULA FOR FINDING THE TIME CONSTANT OF THE
LIQUID-LEVEL SYSTEM SHOWN IN FIG. P54 WHEN THE AVERAGE
OPERATING LEVEL IS H0. THE RESISTANCE R IS LIN
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 6
PROBLEMS 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3
8.1 THE TWO -TANK HEATING PROCESS SHOWN IN FIG. P81 CONSISTS OF
TWO IDENTICAL, WELL-STIRRED TANKS IN SERIES. A FLOW OF HEAT CAN
ENTER TANK 2. AT TIME T =
CHAPTER 14: CASCADE CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Identify situations for which cascade is a
good control enhancement
Design cascade control using the five
design rules
Apply the tuning procedure to cascad
CHAPTER 13: FEEDBACK PERFORMANCE
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Apply two methods for evaluating control
performance: simulation and frequency
response
Apply general guidelines for the effect of
- feedback dead time
CHAPTER 12: PRACTICAL ISSUES
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Make PID work in practice!
Select proper field instrumentation
Use power of digital computation to
validate and correct measurements
Use & tune various in
CHAPTER 2 : CONTROL OBJECTIVES
AND BENEFITS
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Recognize examples of the seven (7)
control objectives in chemical processes
Calculate indicators of variability in a
process variable
Be a
CHAPTER 3 : MATHEMATICAL
MODELLING PRINCIPLES
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Formulate dynamic models based on
fundamental balances
Solve simple first-order linear dynamic
models
Determine how key aspects of dynami
CHAPTER 4 : MODELLING &
ANALYSIS FOR PROCESS CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Analytically solve linear dynamic models
of first and second order
Express dynamic models as transfer
functions
Predict important
CHAPTER 5 : TYPICAL PROCESS
SYSTEMS
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Predict output for typical inputs for
common dynamic systems
Derive the dynamics for important
structures of simple dynamic systems
Recognize the s
CHAPTER 6: EMPIRICAL MODEL
IDENTIFICATION
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Design and implement a good experiment
Perform the graphical calculations
Perform the statistical calculations
Combine fundamental and empir
CHAPTER 7: THE FEEDBACK LOOP
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Identify the major elements in the
feedback loop
Select appropriate candidate variables to
be controlled and manipulated
Evaluate the control performance
CHAPTER 8: THE PID CONTROLLER
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Understand the strengths and weaknesses
of the three modes of the PID
Determine the model of a feedback system
using block diagram algebra
Establish gene
CHAPTER 9: PID TUNING
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Explain the performance goals that we
seek to achieve via tuning.
Apply a tuning procedure using the
process reaction curve and tuning
correlations.
Further impr
CHAPTER 10: STABILITY &TUNING
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Determine the stability of a process
without control
Determine the stability of a closed-loop
feedback control system
Use these approaches to learn how d
CHAPTER 11: DIGITAL CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Identify examples of analog and digital
computation and signal transmission.
Program a digital PID calculation
Select a proper execution rate for a
feedbac
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CHE 420: HOMEWORK 7
PROBLEMS 12.2, 12.3, 12.8, 12.10, 13.1, 13.9, 13.11
12.2 THE CONTROL SYSTEM SHOWN IN FIG. P122 CONTAINS A PID CONTROLLER.
( ( RC ) G1+U ) G2=C
(
G1=K 1+ D s+
1
Is
)
,G2=
1
1 s+1
R G1 G2C G1 G2+U