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CHBE306 - Process Control, Fall 2006

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The subjects dealt in this class are the role of process control in process operation, the basic hardware and instrumentation for process control, the mathematical modeling of processes using unsteady-state mass and energy balances, various simple empirical models for designing controllers, the analysis of dynamical systems using Laplace transforms, the design and tuning methods for feedback controllers, stability analysis, performance analysis of feedback loops using Laplace and frequency domain techniques, and the basic control strategies.

Level

Undergraduate

Instructor

Dae-Ryook YangProfessor Dae-Ryook Yang, Ph.D.
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Korea University
E-mail. dryang@korea.ac.kr
Website. http://www.cheric.org
Phone. +82-2-3290-3298

 

 

Course Description

The subjects dealt in this class are the role of process control in process operation, the basic hardware and instrumentation for process control, the mathematical modeling of processes using unsteady-state mass and energy balances, various simple empirical models for designing controllers, the analysis of dynamical systems using Laplace transforms, the design and tuning methods for feedback controllers, stability analysis, performance analysis of feedback loops using Laplace and frequency domain techniques, and the basic control strategies.

Course Structure

75 minutes long classes - twice weekly

Copyright 2009, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource. Yang, D. R., kuocw. (2009, October 27). Process Control. Retrieved October 25, 2014, from Korea University OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.korea.edu/ocw/college-of-engineering/process-control. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License