The Shell Process Control Workshop - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780409901368, 9781483102238

The Shell Process Control Workshop

1st Edition

Authors: David M. Prett Manfred Morari
eBook ISBN: 9781483102238
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 30th October 1987
Page Count: 386
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Description

Shell Process Control Workshop covers the proceedings of a workshop of the same name, held in Houston, Texas on December 15, 1986. The said workshop seeks to improve the communication process between academic researchers, industrial researchers, and the engineering community in the field of process control, and in turn improve understanding of the nature of the control problems. The book covers topics such as design methodology based on the fundamental control; expert systems in process control and optimization; artificial intelligence; and adaptive control for processes. Also covered are topics such the approach of systems engineering to process modeling; modeling and control of dispersed phase systems; and advances in the use of the internal model control. The text is recommended for researchers and practitioners in the field of engineers who would like to know more about process control and modeling.

Table of Contents


Contents

Acknowledgment by D. M. Prett

Acknowledgment by M. Morari

From Sindermann's The Joy of Science

Objectives

Participants

Author Index

Schedule of Events

1 Workshop Papers

1.1 Design Methodology Based on the Fundamental Control Problem Formulation

1.2 Control of Autoclave Processing of Polymeric Composites

1.3 Expert Systems in Process Control and Optimization: A Perspective

1.4 An Artificial Intelligence Perspective in the Design of Control Systems for Complete Chemical Processes

1.5 Process Identification - Past, Present, Future

1.6 Adaptive Control Software for Processes with Significant Deadtime

1.7 A Systems Engineering Approach to Process Modeling

1.8 Modeling and Control of Dispersed Phase Systems

1.9 Robust Control, An Overview and Some New Directions

1.10 An Overview of Nonlinear Geometrical Methods for Process Control

1.11 Recent Advances in the use of the Internal Model Control Structure for the Synthesis of Robust Multivariable Controllers

1.12 Characterization of Distillation Nonlinearity for Control System Design and Analysis

1.13 Selecting Sensor Location and Type for Multivariable Processes

1.14 Three Critiques of Process Control Revisited a Decade Later

2 Discussion Sessions

3 Shell Control Problem

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Tutorial Sessions Summary

3.3 Problem Description

3.4 Schedule of Events

4 Summary


Details

No. of pages:
386
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1987
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483102238

About the Author

David M. Prett

Manfred Morari