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1 Introduction to Advanced Process Control Concepts.- 1.1 Process Time Constant.- 1.2 Domain Transformations.- 1.3 Laplace Transformation.- 1.4 Discrete Approximations.- 1.5 z-Transforms.- 1.6 Advanced and Modified z-Transforms.- 1.7 Common Elements in Control.- 1.8 The Smith Predictor.- 1.9 Feed-forward Control.- 1.10 Feed-forward Control in a Smith Predictor.- 1.11 Dahlin's Control Algorithm.- References.- 2 Process Simulation.- 2.1 Simulation using Matlab Simulink.- 2.2 Simulation of Feed-forward Control.- 2.3 Control Simulation of a 2x2 System.- 2.4 Simulation of Dahlin's Control Algorithm.- 3 Process Modeling and Identification.- 3.1 Model Applications.- 3.2 Types of Models.- 3.2.1 White Box and Black Box Models.- 3.2.2 Linear and Non-linear Models.- 3.2.3 Static and Dynamic Models.- 3.2.4 Distributed and Lumped Parameter Models.- 3.2.5 Continuous and Discrete Models.- 3.3 Empirical (linear) Dynamic Models.- 3.4 Model Structure Considerations.- 3.4.1 Parametric Models.- 3.4.2 Non-parametric Models.- 3.5 Model Identification.- 3.5.1 Introduction.- 3.5.2 Identification of Parametric Models.- 3.5.3 Identification of Non-parametric Models.- References.- 4 Identification Examples.- 4.1 SISO Furnace Parametric Model Identification.- 4.2 MISO Parametric Model Identification.- 4.3 MISO Non-parametric Identification of a Non-integrating Process.- 4.4 MIMO Identification of an Integrating and Non-integrating Process.- 4.5 Design of Plant Experiments.- 4.5.1 Nature of Input Sequence.- 4.5.2 PRBS Type Input.- 4.5.3 Step Type Input.- 4.5.4 Type of Experiment.- 4.6 Data File Layout.- 4.7 Conversion of Model Structures.- 4.8 Example and Comparison of Open and Closed Loop Identification.- References.- 5 Linear Multivariable Control.- 5.1 Interaction in Multivariable Systems.- 5.1.1 The Relative Gain Array.- 5.1.2 Properties of the Relative Gain Array.- 5.1.3 Some Examples.- 5.1.4 The Dynamic Relative Gain Array.- 5.2 Dynamic Matrix Control.- 5.2.1 Introduction.- 5.2.2 Basic DMC Formulation.- 5.2.3 One Step DMC.- 5.2.4 Prediction Equation and Unmeasurable Disturbance Estimation.- 5.2.5 Restriction of Excessive Moves.- 5.2.6 Expansion of DMC to Multivariable Problems.- 5.2.7 Equal Concern Errors.- 5.2.8 Constraint Handling.- 5.2.9 Constraint Formulation.- 5.3 Properties of Commercial MPC Packages.- References.- 6 Multivariable Optimal Constraint Control Algorithm.- 6.1 General Overview.- 6.2 Model Formulation for Systems with Dead Time.- 6.3 Model Formulation for Multivariable Processes.- 6.4 Model Formulation for Multivariable Processes with Time Delays.- 6.5 Model Formulation in Case of a Limited Control Horizon.- 6.6 Mocca Control Formulation.- 6.7 Non-linear Transformations.- 6.8 Practical Implementation Guidelines.- 6.9 Case Study.- 6.10 Control of a Fluidized Catalytic Cracker.- 6.11 Examples of Case Studies in MATLAB.- 6.12 Control of Integrating Processes.- 6.13 Lab Exercises.- 6.14 Use of MCPC for Constrained Multivariable Control.- References.- 7 Internal Model Control.- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Factorization of Multiple Delays.- 7.3 Filter Design.- 7.4 Feed-forward IMC.- 7.5 Example of Controller Design.- 7.6 LQ Optimal Inverse Design.- References.- 8 Nonlinear Multivariable Control.- 8.1 Non-linear Model Predictive Control.- 8.2 Non-linear Quadratic DMC.- 8.3 Generic Model Control.- 8.3.1 Basic Algorithm.- 8.3.2 Examples of the GMC Algorithm.- 8.3.3 The Differential Geometry Concept.- 8.4 Problem Description.- 8.4.1 Model Representation.- 8.4.2 Process Constraints.- 8.4.3 Control Objectives.- 8.5 GMC Application to the CSTR System.- 8.5.1 Relative Degree of the CSTR System.- 8.5 2 Cascade Control Algorithm.- 8.6 Discussion of the GMC Algorithm.- 8.7 Simulation of Reactor Control.- 8.8 One Step Reference Trajectory Control.- 8.9 Predictive Horizon Reference Trajectory Control.- References.- 9 Optimization of Process Operation.- 9.1 Introduction to Real-time Optimization.- 9.1.1 Optimization and its Benefits.- 9.1.2 Hierarchy of Optimization.- 9.1.3 Issues to be Addressed in Optimization.- 9.1.4 Degrees of Freedom Selection for Optimization.- 9.1.5 Procedure for Solving Optimization Problems.- 9.1.6 Problems in Optimization.- 9.2 Model Building.- 9.2.1 Phases in Model Development.- 9.2.2 Fitting Functions to Empirical Data.- 9.2.3 The Least Squares Method.- 9.3 The Objective Function.- 9.3.1 Function Extrema.- 9.3.2 Conditions for an Extremum.- 9.4 Unconstrained Functions: one Dimensional Problems.- 9.4.1 Newton's Method.- 9.4.2 Quasi-Newton Method.- 9.4.3 Polynomial Approximation.- 9.5 Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization.- 9.5.1 Introduction.- 9.5.2 Newton's Method.- 9.6 Linear Programming.- 9.6.1 Example.- 9.6.2 Degeneracies.- 9.6.3 The Simplex Method.- 9.6.4 The Revised Simplex Method.- 9.6.5 Sensitivity Analysis.- 9.7 Non-linear Programming.- 9.7.1 The Lagrange Multiplier Method.- 9.7.2 Other Techniques.- 9.7.3 Hints for Increasing the Effectiveness of NLP Solutions.- References.- 10 Optimization Examples.- 10.1 AMPL: a Multi-purpose Optimizer.- 10.1.1 Example of an Optimization Problem.- 10.1.2 AMPL Formulation of the Problem.- 10.1.3 General Structure of an AMPL Model.- 10.1.4 General AMPL Rules.- 10.1.5 Detailed Review of the Transportation Example.- 10.2 Optimization Examples.- 10.2.1 Optimization of a Separation Train.- 10.2.2 A Simple Blending Problem.- 10.2.3 A Simple Alkylation Reactor Optimization.- 10.2.4 Gasoline Blending.- 10.2.5 Optimization of a Thermal Cracker.- 10.2.6 Steam Net Optimization.- 10.2.7 Turbogenerator Optimization.- 10.2.8 Alkylation Plant Optimization.- References.- 11 Integration of Control and Optimization.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 Description of the Desalination Plant.- 11.3 Production Maximization of Desalination Plant.- 11.4 Linear Model Predictive Control of Desalination Plant.- 11.5 Reactor problem definition.- 11.6 Multivariable Non-linear Control of the Reactor.- References.- Appendix I. MCPC software guide.- I.1 Installation.- I.2 Model identification.- I.2.1 General process information.- I.2.2 Identification data.- I.2.3 Output details.- I.3 Controller design.- I.4 Control simulation.- I.5 Dealing with constraints.- I.6 Saving a project.- Appendix II. Comparison of control strategies for a hollow shaft reactor.- II.1 Introduction.- II.2 Model Equations.- II.3 Proportional Integral Control.- II.4 Linear Multivariable Control.- II.5 Non-linear Multivariable Control.- References.

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From the reviews:"The book Advanced Practical Process Control by Roffel and Betlem complements the textbook literature in the field of process control with a solution oriented approach. ... The approach is very practical and solution oriented. It aims at familiarizing the reader with essential concepts of advanced process control as they are employed nowadays in the process industries. ... the book definitely does enrich the textbook literature on process control. ... The target audience is indeed the industrial practitioner or the chemical engineering student ... ." (W. Marquardt, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, Vol. 16 (2), 2006)"This book is to help the process engineer to start from the available theory and to build control solutions. ... Having some theoretical background in process dynamics, identification and optimal control, this book ... will help the process engineer to solve control problems for process improvement tasks in practice." (Kurt Marti, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1042 (17), 2004)

"The book Advanced Practical Process Control ... has been written for senior and graduate students as a comprehensive textbook on advanced process control with a solution-oriented approach. ... The book covers a large array of process-control solutions. ... The book is extremely well organized. Each chapter ... gives a clear summary of what is to be described. ... illustrated by numerous pictures, plots, and flow diagrams. ... The presentations are clear, and the concepts and ideas are illustrated extremely well through numerous, interesting examples." (Luige Vladareanu, International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, Vol. 14 (3), 2009)

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