Cascade, Override, Constraint, Ratio, Split Range

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(see McMillan's rule of five) inner loop should be 5 times faster than the outer loop Note example on p. 310 to 322 Two Controllers. (a. inner. master loop) controller output is used to set the set point of a secondary. (a. but not tested there.319. slave loop) controller Frequently used to prevent utility disturbances from affecting the process Rule of 5.a.k. Experiment 1 demonstrates the need. A primary. cascade controllers are used in Experiment 2. outer.k. 320 . two process transmitters.Cascade Control p.a. one valve working toward a master control objective.

We configure an override control using the control selector block. 340 – 346 Override . This method allows one controller to "take control" over the other.Override or Constraint p. two transmitters. our objective is to control the level at some valve as well as prevent the flow from exceeding a controlled rate.Two controllers. Constraint Control Examples Fed Batch Constraint Control Temperature Control Cooling Utility Utility Return IVP FC SGSL Variable Speed Control . Constraint Control – In Experiment 3 we will control the valve position of the maximum % open valve of both flow loops at 90% by controlling the pressure controller's set point. In Experiment 1. subject of future lecture. CTLSL. if we had a variable speed pump as a supply. working to control to two different objectives. one valve. Method used for energy reduction.

333 Permits a second controller to follow a ratio of a master flow controller. pH controller output setting a ratio of the reagent flow to the effluent flow.Ratio Control p. . Effluent flow disturbances can adjust the reagent flow rather than have the pH change and adjust the reagent flow.. Example: pH control.

Temperature Control SPLTR Cooling Water Steam Utility Supply Jacket Utility Return . Also called "Split Range" Can be set by valve position control settings. half of the output action is devoted to cooling while half is devoted to heating. Example: A vessel that needs heating and cooling.The Splitter (SPLTR) function block This block is used to define the action of two valves from a single controller.Split Range .

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