Extra ODE Examples
(Answers on next page)
Use Simulink to solve the following ODEs in both cases the initial value of x, x(0)=0
dx
x 1
dt
dx
x 1
dt
What do you notice about the difference?
Use Simulink to solve the following ODEs, in all cases x(0)=0 an

Modeling for Control:
The Transfer Function
Lecture 7
Transfer Functions
Input-Output Models from Mechanistic
Models
That knowledge of
the process is
contained in a model
of the process
Inputs
Model
Outputs
2
Introduction
Modeling activity often leads to

Introduction to Process
Control
Week1:
LECTURE 1
Dr Ali Abbas
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Sydney
Why do we need Control?
If process conditions
never changed and there
was no uncertainties or
disturbances, the process
woul

Definitions and
Terminology
Manipulatedinputs.
outputs.?
Process
Week 1
LECTURE 2
Introduction
The control system views the process through its input and output
variables.
.
.
.
.
Input
Variables (u)
INPUTS?
Introduction to Process Control
PROCESS
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.

Solution of Dynamic Models:
Laplace transform
Lecture 6
Previous Lectures
We have described the techniques to develop the
mathematical models that describe the dynamic
operation of a process.
Solving such models requires either analytical or
numerical i

Process Modelling Principles
LECTURE 4
Dynamic lumped
parameter Systems
Lumped Parameter Models
Widely used in process control.
Assume homogeneity.
No spatial variation of state variables.
Well mixed.
Lumped Parameter Models
Spatial variation
in
syste

Introduction to Process Modelling
LECTURE 3
Why is Process Modelling
Necessary?
Chemical Plants dont always stay at steady
state
Helps in the understanding of the real world
problems
Elucidates process phenomena or mechanisms
Required in all phases of pro

Stability Analysis
Lecture 9
Stability
To be or not to be stable!
time
time
(a)
(b)
time
(c)
Introduction
The first step in the analysis is to develop a
mathematical model of the system.
Once this mathematical model is available there are
different avai

Dynamic Behavior of
Systems
Lecture 10
Introduction
In this Lecture we will investigate in more detail the
dynamic behavior of different processes in an attempt
to identify some important characteristics.
We will start with the most simple case of first

Approximation of Dynamic Models:
Linearization
Lecture 5
Linearization
In this Lecture, we will discuss:
The linearization of non-linear models
described by non-linear differential
equations
The usefulness of linearization in
obtaining a simpler repres

CONTROL
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Ethical issues in Conducting Research Work
and
Guidelines for Preparing Report/Thesis
Sanjeev Kumar Gupta
Department of Chemical Engineering
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560 012
E-mail: [email protected]
July 12, 2005
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1 Objec

Background Tutorial 2 Solving ODEs with Matlab and
Simulink
At the end of last tutorial we were faced with the challenge of solving the equation
A pipe 2 g
h
A
tank
which can also be written as
dh
1
Fin A pipe 2 g h
dt
Atank
dh Fin
dt
Atank
Last y

Working in Groups
Below are a series of recommendations and observations concerning working in groups, taken from
a number of sources and experience.
1. Problems with the leadership role - who leads in the absence of a formally defined
hierarchy?
Raise t

Good Practice Guidelines
The Use of Computers
by
Chemical Engineers
Guidelines for practising engineers, engineering
management, software developers and teachers of chemical
engineering in the use of computer software in the design of
process plant
It is

Engineering Reports
Introduction
During your engineering career, you will write a wide variety of reports for a variety
of different purposes. Examples might include research reports, design reports,
equipment testing reports, process improvement reports

Good Practice Guidelines
for
Practising Engineers
in the
Use of Computer Software in the Design
of Process Plant
It is a professional engineer's legal and professional responsibility to exercise
good engineering judgement in making design decisions and, t

Particles in dilute systems
The University of Sydney
Page 80
Particles in dilute systems
At low concentration, individual particles are not significantly
interfered with other particles
Particle size analysis by sedimentation methods
Clarification by s

Group 2
CHNG3804
2016
CHNG38
04
Fermentation Lab
Report
Due 4th November
2016
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(440025638)
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1
Group 2
CHNG3804
2016
Table of Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction.4
Method.5
Results.6
Discussion.11
Personal Group Resu

BASIC IDEAS ON REPORT WRITING
K. S. Gandhi
Department of Chemical Engineering
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560 012, India
July 22, 03
1
INTRODUCTION
The aim of this note is to present the basic ideas on report writing. Engineers should learn
how

Development of
Empirical Models
Lecture 8
Model Evolution for Process Control
Previous
Lectures
Dynamic Model
Mechanistic Models
Lumped Parameter
Model
Linear Model
(State-Space)
Steady State Model
Empirical Models
Distributed Parameter
Model
Input-Output