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PROCESS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONTROL Pi fespindola fespindola McGraw-Hill Chemical Engineering Series Editorial Advisory Board James J. Process systems analysis and control, Donald R. Coughanowr and Lowell B. Koppel, McGraw‐Hill Book Company, Inc., New York (), pages, $ Coughanowr - McGraw Hill - Process Systems Analysis and Control - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

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New York St. This book cannot be re-exported from the country to which it is consigned by McGraw-Hill. Copyright , by McGraw-Hill, Inc. All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act of , no part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a data base or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the publisher. The editors were B. Clark and John M. The production supervisor was Louise Karam.

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ISBN o 1. Chemical process control. He received a Ph. He joined the faculty at Drexel University in as department head, a position he held until Editorial Advisory Board James J. Peters, Emeritus, Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado Building the Literature of a Profession Fifteen prominent chemical engineers first met in New York more than 60 years ago to plan a continuing literature for their rapidly growing profession.

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White, D. Jackson, J. James, Warren K. Lewis, and Harry A. The material for this book evolved from courses taught at Purdue University and Drexel University. The student should be assigned material from these chapters at the appropriate time in the development of the fundamentals. In certain later chapters. In its present form. Some of the software now available for solving control problems should be available to the student.

Some examples would include partial differential equations in Chap. To understand the operation of modem microprocessor-based controllers.

Analog computation and pneumatic controllers in the first edition have been replaced by digital computation and microprocessor-based controllers in Chaps.

The first 17 chapters on fundamentals are quite close to the The remaining 18 chapters contain many first 20 chapters of the first new topics. For example.

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The purpose of this book is to take the student from the basic mathematics to a variety of design applications in a clear. A knowledge of calculus. The chapters on the more advanced topics are written in a logical order.

The methods of analysis used in the control area are so different from the previous experiences of students that the material comes to be regarded as a sequence of special mathematical techniques.

In a lecture course meeting three hours per week during a lo-week term. I have covered the following Chapters: I want to acknowledge Dr. For her assistance.

Advanced dynamics. It has been my experience that the book covers sufficient material for a semester week undergraduate course and an elective undergraduate course or part of a graduate course. Chaps 2 to 4. I also want to thank my colleague. Control valves. Sampled-data control. Controller tuning and process identification.

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Basic techniques of closed-loop control. Digital computer simulation. Frequency-response methods and design. Root-locus methods. The body of the text covers the following topics: Nonlinear control.

PREFACE Chapter 1 is intended to meet one of the problems consistently faced in presenting this material to chemical engineering students. After the first 14 chapters.

State-space methods and multivariable control. Microprocessor-based controllers. I gratefully acknowledge the support and encouragement of the Drexel University Department of Chemical Engineering for fostering the evolution of this text in its curriculum and for providing clerical staff and supplies for several editions of class notes. Rajakannu Mutharasan. Transfer functions and responses of open-loop systems. Smith predictor. Advanced control strategies cascade. Joseph Hahn. McGraw-Hill and I would like to thank Cinar.

Texas Wayne State University. I also want to thank my wife Effie for helping me check the page proofs by reading to me the manuscript. Northwestern University.

Joshua S. Illinois Institute of Technology. Helpful suggestions were also provided by Drexel students.

I want to thank Dorothy Porter. At the desired steady state.

The goal is to introduce some of the basic principles and problems involved in process control and to give the reader an early look at an overall problem typical of those we shall face in later chapters. Heated fluid is removed from the bottom of the tank at the flow rate w as the product of this heating process. It is assumed that the agitation is sufficient to ensure that all fluid in the tank will be at the same temperature.

The System A liquid stream at temperature is available at a constant flow rate of w in units The of mass per time. The fluid flows into a well-agitated tank equipped with a heating device. It is desired to heat this stream to a higher temperature proposed heating system is shown in Fig.

Steady-State Design A process is said to be at steady state when none of the variables are changing with time. For a satisfactory design this temperature must be The specific heat of the fluid C is assumed to be constant. Under these conditions.At Drexel and Purdue he has taught a wide variety of courses, which in- clude material and energy balances, thermodynamics, unit operations, transport phenomena, petroleum refinery engineering, environmental engineering, chemical engineering laboratory, applied mathematics, and process dynamics and control.

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After the first 14 chapters, the instructor may select the remaining chapters to fit a course of particular duration and scope.

Enter your email address below and we will send you your username. In its present form, this book represents a major revision of the first edition. University of Texas. In certain later chapters. The best part?

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