Process Dynamics and ControlModeling for Control and Prediction
Offering a different approach to other textbooks in the area, this book is a comprehensive introduction to the subject divided in three broad parts. The first part deals with building physical models, the second part with developing empirical models and the final part discusses developing process control solutions. Theory is discussed where needed to ensure students have a full understanding of key techniques that are used to solve a modeling problem. Hallmark Features: Includes worked out examples of processes where the theory learned early on in the text can be applied. Uses MATLAB simulation examples of all processes and modeling techniques- further information on MATLAB can be obtained from www.mathworks.com Includes supplementary website to include further references, worked examples and figures from the book This book is structured and aimed at upper level undergraduate students within chemical engineering and other engineering disciplines looking for a comprehensive introduction to the subject. It is also of use to practitioners of process control where the integrated approach of physical and empirical modeling is particularly valuable.
Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgement. 1 Introduction to Process Modelling. 2 Process Modelling Fundamentals. 3 Extended Analysis of Modelling for Process Operation. 4 Design for Process Modelling and Behavioural Models. 5 Transformation Techniques. 6 Linearization of Model Equations. 7 Operating points. 8 Process Simulation. 9 Frequency Response Analysis. References. 10 General Process Behaviour 11 Analysis of a Mixing Process. 12 Dynamics of Chemical Stirred Tank Reactors. 13 Dynamic Analysis of Tubular Reactors. 14 Dynamic Analysis of Heat Exchangers. 15 Dynamics of Evaporators and Separators. 16 Dynamic Modelling of Distillation Columns. 17 Dynamic Analysis of Fermentation Reactors 18 Physiological Modeling: Glucose-Insulin Dynamics and Cardiovascular Modelling. 19 Introduction to Black Box Modelling. 20 Basics of Linear Algebra. 21 Data Conditioning. 22 Principal Component Analysis 23 Partial Least Squares 24 Time-series Identification. 25 Discrete Linear and Non-linear State Space Modelling. 26 Model Reduction. 27 Neural Networks. 28 Fuzzy Modelling. 29 Neuro Fuzzy Modelling. 30 Hybrid Models. 31 Introduction to Process Control and Instrumentation. 32 Behaviour of Controlled Processes. 33 Design of Control Schemes. 34 Control of Distillation Columns. 35 Control of a Fluid Catalytic Cracker. Appendix A. Modelling an Extraction Process. A1: Problem Analysis. A2: Dynamic Process Model Development. A3 Dynamic Process Model Analysis. A4 Dynamic Process Simulation. A5: Process Control Simulation. Hints. Index.
Professor Brian Roffel, University of Twente, The NetherlandsProfessor Roffel has been teaching researching and managing research in the areas of analysis, simulation, control and optimization of process for over twenty years. In addition twelve years spent working in the chemical process industry gives his theoretical knowledge a practical grounding. Professor Roffel is part of a consortium of eight European Universities working on nonlinear multivariable control. He has also been involved in the practical implementation of advanced control in the chemical industry, in particular multivariable control and optimization. Dr.Ben H. L. Betlem, University of Twente, The Netherlands.
Process Dynamics and Control: Modeling for Control and Prediction is a comprehensive and practical overview of modeling that is divided into three broad parts. The first part deals with developing physical models, the second part with developing empirical models and the final part discusses developing process control solutions. Taking a unique approach to the subject the book includes both physical and empirical modeling as well as discussing developing control schemes for entire process plants. Theory is discussed where needed to ensure students have a full understanding of key techniques that are used to solve a modeling problem. MATLAB is used throughout the book as the standard for developing process models of limited complexity. In this way, the reader can study the detailed process dynamics and compare it to the linearized and approximated process dynamics. Models of different process units have been developed and are available as a source for further model development. An invaluable resource for students of chemical engineering and other related engineering courses. The book will also be of interest to practitioners of process control. integrated approach focusing on both physical and empirical modelling includes MATLAB simulation examples of all processes and modelling techniques discussed throughout the text includes discussion on developing control schemes for entire process plants supplementary website featuring figures from the book and further references For MATLAB product information, please contact: The MathWorks, Inc., 3 Apple Drive, Natick, MA. 01760-2098 USA
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