By D Bonvin; International Federation of Automatic Control

ISBN-10: 0080422292

ISBN-13: 9780080422299

This e-book brings jointly the most recent learn findings within the key quarter of chemical method keep an eye on; together with dynamic modelling and simulation - modelling and version validation for software in linear and nonlinear model-based keep an eye on: nonlinear model-based predictive regulate and optimization - to facilitate limited real-time optimization of chemical strategies; statistical keep an eye on techniques - significant advancements within the statistical interpretation of measured information to steer destiny examine; knowledge-based v model-based control - the mixing of theoretical points of keep an eye on and optimization idea with newer advancements in synthetic intelligence and machine technological know-how.

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Key words. Polymerization; multistage reactor; simulation; model predictive control; plant operation 1 . INI'RODUCTION ing the multistage reactor vary during grade and rate changes. and this paper confirms the response of the control system to these variations. ales at low rate. hi recent years. far-reaching advances in computer hardware and software have given rise to enviroo­ :ments for static and dynamic simulations of processes, resulting in an era in which general process and con­ trol engineers can readily make use of these computer environments, and a number of reports conceming these matters have appeared.

And Analytical Characteristics. 0 To whom correspondence should be addressed t currently at: Chem. E. Dept , U . C . Santa Barbara The fundamental · charac­ teristics of the proposed model in 41 (3) are determined > 1 ) , the system exhibits a finite escape time that becomes shorter as A increases. " Since finite escape times repre­ sent an extreme form of instability not found in chem­ ical processes, the specific model discussed above is only qualitatively valid (for any n > 0) over its re­ gion of stability -Uc $ u• $ uc; outside this region the model exhibits non-physical behavior.

It should be emphassised that these examples should be taken as tests of the control­ related features in DYNSIM rather than issues related to 'good' controller design. type Variable Variable name Feed flow rate, kmol/h Temperature of feed, "K x, in feed x, in feed x, in feed x.. in feed x1 out x, out X,. OU[ Flow out, kmol/h T of outlet stream, "K Aduator Disturbance Measurements - ... type Variable Dllllllmt cm.. 1111 2 Aduator Disturbance ...... Measurements & 1- Figure 4 : Process flowsheet for MTBE production.

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