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Dynamic behavior of processes.

John C. Friedly

Dynamic behavior of processes.

by John C. Friedly

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Published by Prentice-Hall .
Written in English


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SeriesPrentice-Hall international series inthe physical and chemical engineering sciences
The Physical Object
Pagination590p.
Number of Pages590
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13686569M

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Dynamic behavior of processes. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [] (OCoLC) 5. Dynamic Behavior of First-Order and Second-Order Processes Standard Process Inputs Response of First-Order Processes Response of Integrating Processes Response of Second-Order Processes 6.

Dynamic Response Characteristics of More Complicated Processes Poles and Zeros and Their Effect on Process. Low-Order Plus Time-Delay Processes. Process Reaction Curve Method.

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The dynamic behaviour of a chemical process depends on much more than the dynamics of the actual processing units. To be useful a process model needs to take account of the dynamic behaviour of the “ironmongery” in the process system.

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Theoretical Model of Chemical Processes II. DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF PROCESSES 3. Laplace Transforms 4. Transfer Function and State-Space Models 5. Dynamic Behavior of First-Order and Second-Order Systems 6.

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Sinusoidal Response 2. Ramp Response 1. Step Response Characteristics of the Step Response of a Second-Order Underdamped Processes Rise time (tr):Time to first reach the new steady-state value. Time to first peak (tp): Time to reach its first maximum value.

Settling time (ts). modeling, dynamic responses (analysis), dynamic simulation (numerical calculation) and process control. Introduction Some reasons for considering a system’s dynamics and obtaining dynamic models are: 1.

To describe the time behavior of a batch process. To describe the transient response of a continuous process (e.g., dynamic changeFile Size: KB.

Dynamic Process Behavior. Class 4. Dynamic Process Behavior. Understanding Dynamic Process Behavior. • To learn about the dynamic behavior of a process, analyze measured process variable test data • Process variable test data can be generated by suddenly changing the controller output signal • Be sure to move the controller output far enough and fast enough so that the dynamic behavior of the process is clearly revealed as the process.

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