Process Dynamics, Modeling, and Control by Babatunde A. OgunnaikeProcess Dynamics, Modeling, and Control by Babatunde A. Ogunnaike

Process Dynamics, Modeling, and Control

byBabatunde A. Ogunnaike, W. Harmon Ray

Hardcover | November 1, 1994

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This text offers a modern view of process control in the context of today's technology. It provides the standard material in a coherent presentation and uses a notation that is more consistent with the research literature in process control. Topics that are unique include a unified approachto model representations, process model formation and process identification, multivariable control, statistical quality control, and model-based control. This book is designed to be used as an introductory text for undergraduate courses in process dynamics and control. In addition to chemicalengineering courses, the text would also be suitable for such courses taught in mechanical, nuclear, industrial, and metallurgical engineering departments. The material is organized so that modern concepts are presented to the student but details of the most advanced material are left to later chapters. The text material has been developed, refined, and classroom tested over the last 10-15 years at the University of Wisconsin and more recently atthe University of Delaware. As part of the course at Wisconsin, a laboratory has been developed to allow the students hands-on experience with measurement instruments, real time computers, and experimental process dynamics and control problems.
Babatunde Ogunnaike is Senior Research Associate at E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company and Adjunct Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Delaware. W. Harmon Ray is Steenbock Professor of Engineering in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin.
Title:Process Dynamics, Modeling, and ControlFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1296 pages, 7.32 × 10.24 × 2.2 inPublished:November 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195091191

ISBN - 13:9780195091199

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Table of Contents

PART I: Introduction1. Introductory Concepts of Process Control2. Introduction to Control System ImplementationPART II: Process Dynamics3. Basic Elements of Dynamic Analysis4. The Process Model5. Dynamic Behavior of Linear Low Order-Systems6. Dynamic Behavior of Linear Higher Order-Systems7. Inverse-Response Systems8. Time-Delay Systems9. Frequency-Response Analysis10. Nonlinear Systems11. StabilityPART III: Process Modeling and Identification12. Theoretical Process Modeling13. Process Identification: Empirical Process ModelingPART IV: Process ControlPart IVA: Single-Loop Control14. Feedback Control Systems15. Conventional Feedback Controller Design16. Design of More Complex Control Structures17. Controller Design for Processes with Difficult Dynamics18. Controller Design for Nonlinear Systems19. Model-Based ControlPart IVB: Multivariable Process Control20. Introduction to Multivariable Systems21. Interaction Analysis and Multiple Single Loop Design22. Design of Multivariable ControllersPart IVC: Computer Process Control23. Introduction to Sampled-Data Systems24. Tools of Discrete-Time Systems Analysis25. Dynamic Analysis of Discrete-Time Systems26. Design of Digital ControllersPART V: Special Control Topics27. Model Predictive Control28. Statistical Process Control29. Selected Topics in Advanced Process Control30. Process Control System Synthesis -- Some Case StudiesPART VI: AppendicesA. Control System Symbols used in Process and Instrumentation DiagramsB. Complex Variables, Differential Equations, and Difference EquationsC. Laplace and z-TransformationsD. Review of Matrix AlgebraE. Computer-Aided Control System DesignAuthor IndexSubject Index

Editorial Reviews

"A very good textbook. I especially like the Examples, Problems and Recommended Reading. The material is presented clearly and in an orderly sequence."--Robert Ahlert, Rutgers