The first book to offer a practical, plantwide approach to designing effective controls for continuous chemical and petroleum processes Process control lore includes tales of multi-million dollar plants that never operated. Though individual controls were well designed, they simply did not work together. This book the first to offer a practical, plantwide approach to preventing such catastrophes. Written by three respected experts and verified in real-life implementations, this book helps you develop effective basic regulator control systems for plants on the drawing board, being revamped, or in full operation. Four realistic case studies (Tennessee-Eastman, isomerization, vinyl acetate, and HDA processes) contribute to making this guide a process control classic.Plantwide Process Controlgives chemical engineers, and students, the tools they need to designeffective control schemes. Written in accessible, nonmathematicallanguage, this book will be a process control classic.
|Title||:||Plantwide Process Control|
|Author||:||William L. Luyben, Björn D. Tyréus, Michael L. Luyben|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing - 1999|