Process Control Design
ChE 764

Techniques for designing control system structures; including modeling, flexibility, controllability, integrity, reliability, interaction and performance metrics, economic performance, and robustness. The key affect of process dynamics on performance is presented. Both decentralized multiloop and centralized model-predictive control are considered. Techniques are applied to selected process equipment and processes.

Instructor(s): To be announced
Term offered: -
Course level: 700-level
Course outline: Not available
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Co/pre-requisite(s) that may apply: N/A (but confirm on the official registrar page)
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