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point. For the heat exchanger we have assumed perfect mixing (simplied) and
for the mixing point no mass (reasona
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1. (25 points) Consider the following transfer funtion
g(s) =
(a)
(b)
()
(d)
(4s + 1)es
(2s + 1)2 (6s + 1)
(1)
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Appendix
H
Dynamic Models and
Parameters Used for
Plantwide Control Chapters
H.1 ENERGY BALANCE AND
PARAMETERS FOR THE REACTOR/
DISTILLATION COLUMN MODEL
(APPENDIX F)
Parameters in Table H.1and controller settings in TableH.2
were used in the simulations
Appendix
I
Instrumentation
Symbols
Process control systems and instrumentation can be described in several ways. Flowsheets show the process
equipment, instruments, and control systems, as well as
interconnections, such as piping and electrical and
pneuma
Chapter
21
Process Monitoring
In industrial plants, large numbers of process variables
must be maintained within specified limits in order for
the plant to operate properly. Excursions of key variables beyond these limits can have significant consequences
Appendix
F
Introduction to Plantwide Control
Previous chapters have generally concentrated on the
analysis and design of simple control systems, from single loops (such as reactor temperature control) to single
processing units with multiple loops (e.g.,
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Appendix
K
Contour Mapping and the
Principle of the Argument
The concept of contour mapping is illustrated in
Fig. K.1. A closed contour Cs in the complex s-plane is
mapped by a transfer function H(s) into another closed
contour CH in the complex H-plane.
Appendix
J
Review of Basic Concepts
From Probability and Statistics
In this Appendix, basic probability and statistics concepts are reviewed that are considered for the safety
analysis of Chapter 9 and the quality control charts of
Chapter 21.
Similarly,
Appendix
G
Plantwide Control System Design
In this chapter, we describe a hierarchical design procedure that can be used to develop multiloop and
multivariable measurement and control strategies for
plantwide control systems. The procedure assists the
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Chapter 18 Batch Process Control
The reaction rate is first order with a rate constant (in min -I)
k =
2.4
X lOIS e-20 ,OOOIT (Tin OR).
For the batch case, linearize the model around T = T.
18.10 A batch reactor converts component A into B, which
(I)
Chapter
19
Real-Time Optimization
Previous chapters have considered the development of
process models and the design of controllers from an
unsteady-state point of view. Such an approach focuses
on obtaining reasonable closed-loop responses for setpoint c
Chapter
23
Dynamics and Control
of Biological Systems
Previous chapters have emphasized the design of controllers for chemical process systems, as well as for
biomedical systems (Chapter 22). In this chapter, we
consider the analysis of intrinsically clos
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1. (30 points) Consider a tank with on inflow and one outflow, as given in Figure 1. Assume
constant density, = const.
Parameters:
Q0 (t)
A = 10m2
m3
min m
m3
Chapter
22
Biosystems Control Design
Previous chapters have introduced the concepts of
process dynamics and strategies for process control,
emphasizing traditional applications from the petrochemical industries, such as chemical reactors and distillation
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Process dynamics
Things take time
Step response (response of output y to step in input u):
k = y()/ u process gain
- process time constant (63%)
- process time delay
Time constant : Often equal to residence t
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