This volume represents important developments in the control, modelling and dynamics of the three main areas of chemical engineering: chemical reactors, distillation columns and batch processes. All three topics are covered by a plenary survey paper, reflecting the diversity of information available and its relevance to process designers, who need to keep up to date with opportunities and limitations of modern process control, and control scientists who need to obtain realistic cases for research in methods and techniques.... for mode (auto/manual) and setpoint tracking. Next we have the ... PLCa#39;s use logic diagrams. The various functional areas are ... More complex controls with limited interlocking are developed using SAMA diagrams . For (safety) interlocks weanbsp;...
|Author||:||John E. Rijnsdorp, International Federation of Automatic Control. Working Group on Chemical Process Control, European Federation of Chemical Engineering|
|Publisher||:||Pergamon - 1990|