Chemical engineering process control lecture notes free
Jul 06, 2012 Process Control and Instrumentation by Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. Mod01 Lec01 to Process Control Mod01 Lec
Calendar Description: Mathematical tools for analyzing the transient behaviour of open and closedloop systems are presented. The steps of controller development are treated: process characterization (using mathematical models), controller design, and implementation. Methods for assessing system stability and performance are investigated,
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will be very dicult to operate without the aid of process control. Nevertheless, it can be worthwhile to spend a few minutes thought on why process control is needed. In the following, a short and probably incomplete list of reasons for the need of process control is provided, but the list should illustrate the importance of process control in a process plant. 1.
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Chemical process engineering focuses on the design, operation, control and optimisation of chemical processes. The design process of a chemical plant starts with an open ended problem, such as a set of experimental results or a customer need. A chemical engineer needs to
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