Process Dynamics Modeling, Analysis and Simulation

ISBN-10: 0132068893

ISBN-13: 9780132068895

Edition: 1998 (Lab Manual)

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Description: This edition is suitable as a text for Chemical Process Dynamics or Introductory Chemical Process Control courses at the junior/senior level. Also, for Numerical Methods courses in chemical engineering. The goal of this book is to provide an introduction to the modeling, analysis, and simulation of the dynamic behavior of chemical processes.

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Book details

List price: $160.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/5/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 640
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

Process Modeling
Introduction
Motivation
Models
Systems
Background of the Reader
How To Use This Textbook
Courses Where This Textbook Can Be Used
Process Modeling
Background
Balance Equations
Material Balances
Constitutive Relationships
Material and Energy Balances
Distributes Parameter Systems
Dimensionless Models
Explicit Solutions to Dynamic Models
General Form of Dynamic Models
Numerical Techniques
Algebraic Equations
Notations
General Form for a Linear System of Equations
Nonlinear Functions of a Single Variable
MATLAB Routines for Solving Functions of a Single Variable
Multivariable Systems
MATLAB Routines for Systems of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations
Numerical Integration
Background
Euler Integration
Runge-Kutta Integration
MATLAB Integration Routines
Linear Systems Analysis
Linearization of Nonlinear Models: The State-Space Formulation
State Space Models
Linearization of Nonlinear Models
Interpretation of Linearization
Solution of the Zero-Input Form
Solution of the General State-Space Form
MATLAB Routines step and initial
Solving Linear nth Order ODE Models
Background
Solving Homogeneous, Linear ODEs with Constant Coefficients
Solving Nonhomogeneous, Linear ODEs with Constant Coefficients
Equations with Time-Varying Parameters
Routh Stability Criterion-Determining Stability Without Calculating Eigenvalues
An Introduction to Laplace Transforms
Motivation
Definition of the Laplace Transform
Examples of Laplace Transforms
Final and Initial Value Theorems
Application Examples
Table of Laplace Transforms
Transfer Function Analysis of First-Order Systems
Perspective
Responses of First-Order Systems
Examples of Self-Regulating Processes
Integrating Processes
Lead-Lag Models
Transfer Function Analysis of Higher-Order Systems
Responses of Second-Order Systems
Second-Order Systems with Numerator Dynamics
The Effect of Pole-Zero Locations on System Step Responses
Pad Approximation for Deadtime
Converting the Transfer Function Model to State-Space Form
MATLAB Routines for Step and Impulse Response
Matrix Transfer Functions
A Second-Order Example
The General Method
MATLAB Routine ss2tf
Block Diagrams
Introduction to Block Diagrams
Block Diagrams of Systems in Series
Pole-Zero Cancellation
Systems in Series
Blocks in Parallel
Feedback and Recycle Systems
Routh Stability Criterion Applied to Transfer Functions
Simulink
Linear Systems Summary
Background
Linear Boundary Value Problems
Review of Methods for Linear Initial Value Problems
Introduction to Discrete-Time Models
Parameter Estimation of Discrete Linear Systems
Nonlinear Systems Analysis
Phase-Plane Analysis
Background
Linear System Examples
Generalization of Phase-Plane Behavior
Nonlinear Systems
Introduction Nonlinear Dynamics: A Case Study of the Quadratic Map
Background
A Simple Population Growth Model
A More Realistic Population Model
Cobweb Diagrams
Bifurcation and Orbit Diagrams
Stability of Fixed-Point Solutions
Cascade of Period-Doublings
Further Comments on Chaotic Behavior
Bifurcation Behavior of Single ODE Systems
Motivation
Illustration of Bifurcation Behavior
Types of Bifurcations
Bifurcation Behavior of Two-State Systems
Background
Single-Dimensional Bifurcations in the Phase-Plane
Limit Cycle Behavior
The Hopf Bifurcation
Introduction to Chaos: The Lorenz Equations
Introduction
Background
The Lorenz Equations
Stability Analysis of the Lorenz Equations
Numerical Study of the Lorenz Equations
Chaos in Chemical Systems
Other Issues in Chaos
Review And Learning Modules
Module 1 Introduction to MATLAB
Module 2 Review of Matrix Algebra
Module 3 Linear Regression
Module 4 Introduction to SIMULINK
Module 5 Stirred Tank Heaters
Module 6 Absorption
Module 7 Isothermal Continuous Stirred Tank Chemical Reactors
Module 8 Biochemical Reactors
Module 9 Diabatic Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors
Module 10 Ideal Binary Distillation
Index
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