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Title: Using simulation module pclab for steady state disturbance sensitivity analysis in process control
Authors: Ali, Idriss, A. E.,
Keywords: Acoustics; Air-water system; Bubble column; Chaos; Flow regimes; Hydrophone; Transitions
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Citation: Chemical Engineering Education: Volume 43, Issue 1, Pages 51-57
Abstract: Process Control Laboratory (PCLAB) was developed as an educational software tool in the chemical engineering department at King Saud University for performing steady-state disturbance sensitivity analysis (SSDSA). SSDSA was a significant contribution of the tool, as it was found to be effective in designing the control structure of multi-loop control problems. PCLAB was developed as an interactive simulation software for process analysis and training at the university. It was developed using METLAB tools and functions, including SIMULINK. It was designed in a user-friendly and menu-driven framework in such a way that the process engineer navigated through various parts of the program, carried out simulation investigations, visualized the results, and drew conclusions on the effects of different parameters and control configurations. The software also consisted of several modules that comprised of different case studies based on fundamental process models of industrial unit operations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12122
ISSN: 00092479
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