Selected papers: Effect of design on the controllability of continuous plants, M. Morari. Early integration of process and control design, J. E. Rijnsdorp & P. Bekkers. Controllability measures for disturbance rejection, S. Skogestad & E. A. Wolff. Controllability analysis for unstable processes, M. Hovd & S. Skogestad. Control system design in distillation processes and its dependence of the original process design, A. Karlstrom et al. Design and control of recycle processes in ternary systems with consecutive reactions, W. L. Luyben. Incorporating operability measures into the process synthesis stage of design, G. W. Barton et al. Integrated design of effluent treatment systems, S. Walsh & J. Perkins. Is the relative gain array a sensitivity measure? Q. Liang. Early stage process controllability assessment, M. J. Oglesby et al. Computer-aided optimal dynamic network design, V. G. Vainer & E. V. Levitt. Computer-aided process design system for plant operation, Y. Naka et al. The design and scheduling of multipurpose batch plants, N. Shah et al. Computer emulation of hazard identification, H. Zerkani & A. G. Rushton. A hierarchical method for line-by-line hazard and operability studies, J. M. Black & J. W. Ponton. Design of flexible and reliable process systems, T. V. Thomaidis & E. N. Pistikopoulos.
The volume provides the systems engineer working in process control, with state-of-the-art research papers and practical applications, which will be a valuable reference source.
For systems engineers.
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- © Pergamon 1992
- 24th November 1992
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Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College, London, UK