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.The problem statement, the definition of the goal, the process analysis, the design and model analysis are all steps in ... The answers are obtained by formulating the goals of the model on the one hand and by considering the system and theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Process Dynamics and Control|
|Author||:||Brian Roffel, Ben Betlem|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2007-01-11|