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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Development And Experimental Testing Of Two Adaptive Control Strategies For Batch Distillation
Author: Frattini Fileti Ana M.
Rocha Pereira Joao A.F.
Abstract: While phenomenological dynamic modelling and the determination of optimal reflux policies to multicomponent batch distillation have been extensively studied, issues related to the on line operation of such processes have not been properly addressed. The dynamic nature and the nonlinear process behaviour poses challenging control system design problems when overhead products of constant purity are to be recovered. The present work describes the development and experimental testing of two computer based adaptive control strategies for batch distillation: a Programmable Adaptive Controller (PAC) and a Self-Tuning Regulator (STR). The developed control system made the conventional batch distillation column more efficient and easy to operate. Experiments performed on the pilot column confirm the simulation results.
Editor: IChemE, Rugby, United Kingdom
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 1997
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