
The student is able:
 to design an context model (inputoutput model) of a simple unit operation and to design a basic control scheme based for this unit which fulfils the control objectives,
 to design a dynamic behavioral model of a simple unit operation in accordance with the context model, consisting of partial mass balances, energy balances and additional equations for kinetics, equilibria and physical transport, at the level of detail and time regime consistent with the objectives of the model,
 to determine which time constants in the model should be taken into account and which can be neglected in accordance with the objectives of the model,
 to describe an output change as a function of an input change in an operating point (socalled transfer function),
 to analyze the process behavior based on the transfer functions:
 for stability, damping, and invers response,
 the response for various types of inputs,
 the amplitude ratio and the phase shift as a function of the input frequency (Bode plot),
 to understand what the effects are of the proportional, integral and differential actions of a PIDcontroller and
 to understand the difference between noncontrolled and controlled processes (closedloop behavior),
 to analyze the behavior of controlled processes based on the openloop phase margin and amplitude margin and to tune a PIDcontroller of a closedloop.



Part 
Subjects of lecture/tutorial 
Book chapter 
Contents 
1.
dynamic process
modeling 
1. introduction
2. modeling 
1, 2
3, 4 
 Context model design
 basic control scheme design
 behavioral model design 
2.
IOmodel
behavior 
3. process in operating point
4. process behavior 
7, 6
5.13
5.4
10 
 linearization
 laplace transform
 inputoutput again
 examples 
3.
Controlled
process behavior 
5. PID behavior
6. PID in frequency domain 
32.12
32.5
9
32.35 
 closedloop behavior
 PIDcontroller tuning
 Bodeplot of transfer function
 PIDcontroller tuning 



 VoorkennisMandatory: Transport Phenomena + Intro in Reaction Engineering + Intro Separation Technology 
Master Chemical Science and Engineering 
  Verplicht materiaalBoekRoffel, B., Betlem, B.H.L. Process Dynamics and Control (Wiley, 2006)
Ebook available at UT (6 user license)
https://ut.on.worldcat.org/oclc/70131099 

 Aanbevolen materiaalWerkvormenToetsenAssignments Opmerking4 assignments in groups of 2 students


 