University of California, Davis Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science ECH 157 Process Dynamics and Control Ahmet Palazoglu EXAM 1 / SOLUTION (Open book and no notes) Fall 2010
1. (5 pts) A fired heater (furnace) is used to heat a proces

University of California, Davis
Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
ECH 157 Process Dynamics and Control
Fall 2011 Quiz # 1
Instructions: This is a 30-minute closed-book quiz. Please print your name on all answer sheets, label the
probl

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

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04,
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
ASSIGNMENT No. 3
Note: The purpose of the assignments is to provide you with challenges to help you learn the material in the course. For
this assignment, groups of up to three students are allowed.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
ASSIGNMENT No. 4
Note: The purpose of the assignments is to provide you with challenges to help you learn the material in the course. For
this assignment, groups of up to three students are allowed. (

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
ASSIGNMENT No. 6
Note: The purpose of the assignments is to provide you with challenges to help you learn the material in the course. For
this assignment, groups of up to three students are allowed. (

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04,
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
ASSIGNMENT No. 2
Note: The purpose of the assignments is to provide you with challenges to help you learn the material in the course. For
this assignment, groups of up to three students are allowed.

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

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
ASSIGNMENT No. 5
Note: The purpose of the assignments is to provide you with challenges to help you learn the material in the course. For
this assignment, groups of up to three students are allowed. (

Chapter 4
Laplace Transforms
From
Chemical and Bio-Process Control
James B. Riggs
M. Nazmul Karim
Laplace Transforms
Provide valuable insight into process
dynamics and the dynamics of feedback
systems.
Provide a major portion of the terminology
of the p

COURSE OUTLINE
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, McMASTER UNIVERSITY
3P04 PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING SEMESTER 2008
INSTRUCTOR:
TEACH ASSIST:
SCHEDULE:
Dr. Thomas Marlin,
JHE 343C/A, x 27125, marlint@mcmaster.ca
Office hours 10:30-4:00 and by appointment
Kor Z

CHAPTER 18: LEVEL CONTROL
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Determine the proper location and volume
of liquid inventories in a process
Determine the dynamics of typical level
processes
Tune level controllers for two

Homework Problem Set # 1 Solutions
Problem 1:
a. The primary control objective is to maintain a neutral (pH=7) exit stream in the
presence of disturbances associated with the wastewater stream. A secondary
objective would be to maintain a constant level i

CHAPTER 17: Inferential Control
When I complete this chapter, I want to be
able to do the following.
Identify key aspects of conventional and
inferential sensors
Determine good applications of inferential
sensors
Determine how to evaluate potential
inf

Fault-Tolerant Control of Process Systems Using
Communication Networks
Nael H. El-Farra, Adiwinata Gani, and Panagiotis D. Christodes
Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095
DOI 10.1002/aic.10443
Published online Apr

University of California, Davis
Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
ECH 157 - Process Dynamics and Control
Fall 2011
Homework Problem Set # 2
Assigned: Monday, October 10.
Due: Monday, October 17 (at the beginning of the lecture).
Readi

University of California, Davis
Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
ECH 157 - Process Dynamics and Control
Fall 2011
Homework Problem Set # 3
Assigned: Monday, October 24.
Due: Monday, October 31 (at the beginning of the lecture).
Readi

Y(s) =
1 2 (1 2) s
2
+2
+2
2
s
s +2
s + 22
y(t) =
11
2
cos 2t + sin 2t
22
2
1
(1 cos 2t ) + sin 2t
2
Homework Problem Set #2: Solution Key
y(t) =
Problem 1:
3.11
a)
Since convergent and oscillatory behavior does not depend on initial
dx 2 (0) dx(0)
condi

TRANSFER FUNCTIONS: MODELS VALID FOR ANY INPUT FUNCTION
Lets rearrange the Laplace transform of a dynamic model
Y(s) = G(s) * X(s)
A TRANSFER FUNCTION is the output variable, Y(s), divided by the input variable, X(s), with all initial
conditions zero.
G(s

MODELLING AND ANALYSIS FOR PROCESS CONTROL
Objectives:
1. Analytically solve linear dynamic models of first and second order
2. Predict important features of dynamic behavior from model without solving
Outline:
1. Review of Laplace Transform
2. Solve line

MATHEMATICAL MODELING PRINCIPLES
Objectives:
1. Formulate dynamic models based on fundamental balances
2. Solve simple first-order linear dynamic models
3. Determine how key aspects of dynamics depend on process design and operation
Outline:
1. Reasons wh

CONTROL OBJECTIVES AND BENEFITS
The objective of this lecture is to recognize examples of the seven (7) control objectives in chemical
processes:
1. Safety
2. Environmental protection
3. Equipment protection
4. Smooth operation
5. Product quality
6. Profi

INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS CONTROL
The objectives of this lecture are to:
1. Explain the feedback concept applied to control
2. Explain and identify the three elements in a feedback loop
3. Be able to apply feedback manually to many chemical process examples

Feedforward Control
1.
Introduction
2.
Ratio control
3.
4.
Controller design based on steadystate models
Controller design based on dynamic
models
5.
Feedback-feedforward control
6.
Simulink example
Feedback Control
q
Advantages
Corrective action taken r

1.0 PROCESS MODELING
1.1
Standard Balances and Space-State Model
1.1.1
Conservation of Mass:
CSTR I:
CSTR II:
Overall:
1.1.2
Conservation of Components:
Assumption: Reaction rates are first order in the concentration of the reactant A
Assumption: Reaction

Chapter 2: Examples of Mathematical Models for Chemical
Processes
In this chapter we develop mathematical models for a number of elementary
chemical processes that are commonly encountered in practice. We will apply the
methodology discussed in the previo

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
Term Exam 2 (20% of course grading)
March 26, 2008
Student Name: _
I want to, and I can!
Manage your time;
Apply your problem-solving skills,
Student Number: _
and
Do well!
Allowed by student:
Provide

Process Control, 3P4
Written midterm 1, 06 February 2014
Kevin Dunn, kevin.dunn@mcmaster.ca
McMaster University
Note:
You may bring in any printed materials to the midterm; any textbooks, any papers, etc.
You may use any calculator during the midterm.

Process Control: Designing Process and Control
Systems for Dynamic Performance
Chapter 13. Feedback Performance
Copyright Thomas Marlin 2013
The copyright holder provides a royalty-free license for use of this material at non-profit
educational institutio

Process Control: Designing Process and Control
Systems for Dynamic Performance
Chapter 21. Multiloop Control: Performance Analysis
Copyright Thomas Marlin 2013
The copyright holder provides a royalty-free license for use of this material at non-profit
edu

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3P04
PROCESS CONTROL, SPRING 2008
TERM EXAMINATION No. 1
February 11, 2008
Student Name: _
Student Number: _
Allowed by student: Two pages of notes, ruler and calculator
Provided by the
instructor:
Modelling flowchart, Taylor Series e

University of California, Davis
Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
ECH 157
Process Dynamics and Control
Ahmet Palazoglu
EXAM 1 / SOLUTION
(Open book and no notes)
Fall 2010
sh is
ar stu
ed d
vi y re
aC s
o
ou urc
rs e
eH w
er as
o.
c

Hanoi University of Mining and Geology
Advanced Program in Chemical Engineering
Process Dynamics and Control
Homework Problem Set # 2
Assigned: Tuesday, May 26, 2015.
Due: Monday, June 1, 2015.
Problem 1: A two-tank flow-surge system is shown in Figure 1,