Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes


Lecture 1 - Introduction to the course


Lecture 2 - Process Dynamics and Negative Feedback


Lecture 3 - PID control


Lecture 4 - Common Industrial Control Loops and advanced loops


Lecture 5 - Advanced loops (Continued...) and multivariable systems


Lecture 6 - Systematic Tuning Using Frequency Domain Analysis


Lecture 7 - Frequency Domain Analysis


Lecture 8 - Multivariable Systems


Lecture 9 - RGA and dynamic decoupling


Lecture 10 - Model based control


Lecture 11 - Dynamic Matrix Control


Lecture 12 - Control of Distillation Columns


Lecture 13 - Temperature inferential distillation control


Lecture 14 - Considerations in temperature inferential control


Lecture 15 - Control of Complex Column Configurations


Lecture 16 - Control of Heat Integrated Columns


Lecture 17 - Homogenous extractive distillation


Lecture 18 - More on complex columns and reactive distillation


Lecture 19 - Control of reactors


Lecture 20 - PFR controls (Continued..) & CSTRs


Lecture 21 - CSTR heat management


Lecture 22 - Heat Exchangers and Miscellaneous Systems


Lecture 23 - Degrees of freedom analysis


Lecture 24 - Degrees of freedom (Continued...)


Lecture 25 - Illustration of considerations in control structure synthesis


Lecture 26 - Two column recycle process


Lecture 27 - Throughput manipulator selection


Lecture 28 - Plantwide control structure design


Lecture 29 - Systematizing plantwide control design


Lecture 30 - The Luyben design procedure


Lecture 31 - Role of equipment capacity constraints


Lecture 32 - Recycle process case study


Lecture 33 - Recycle process case study (Continued...)


Lecture 34 - C4 isomerization process case study


Lecture 35 - C4 isomerization process case study (Continued...)


Lecture 36 - C4 isomerization process case study


Lecture 37 - Systematic economic plantwide control design procedure


Lecture 38 - Ethyl benzene process case study


Lecture 39 - C4 isomerization process revisited


Lecture 40 - Contrasting conventional and top-down approach


Lecture 41 - Cumene process plantwide control