Composition Linear Control In Stirred Tank Chemical Reactors
This work studies loop control composition in continuous chemical reactors with simple structures, due to its large acceptance in chemical industry. A linear cascade composition control (master/slave) is proposed, designed with basic control structures based on Laplace tools. Two configurations are designed, which were evaluated in a dynamic model of continuous stirred tank. From a stability analysis it is noted that, for such configurations, system assent time is 7 to 8 times reduced if compared to the assent time without loop control. Besides, the system shows a good performance when coming to the asked reference. Implementation of such control configurations can solve the problem of loop control composition.
Volume (Year): 03 (2007)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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