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**Tutorial 4 Modelling of Non-Linear Systems
**

4.1 Isothermal CSTR: The chemical reactor shown in textbook Figure 3.1 and repeated in the following is considered in this question. The reaction occurring in the reactor is A→B rA = -kCA0.5

The following assumptions are appropriate for the system. (i) the reactor is well mixed, (ii) the reactor is isothermal, (iii) density of the liquid in the reactor is constant, (iv) flow rates are constant, and (v) reactor volume is constant.

a. b. c. d. e.

Formulate the model for the dynamic response of the concentration of A in the reactor, CA(t). Linearize the equation(s) in (a). Solve the linearized equation analytically for a step change in the inlet concentration of A, ∆CA0. Sketch the dynamic behavior of CA(t). Discuss how you would evaluate the accuracy of the linearized model.

4.2 Controlling the Reactor Concentration by Feed Flow Rate: The reactor in question 3.1 above is considered again in this question. Component A is pumped to the reactor from the feed tank. The inlet concentration of A, CA0, is constant, and the feed flow rate varies with time. a. b. c. d. Develop the dynamic model to predict the concentration of A. Linearize the equation and solve the linearized equation analytically for a step change in the feed flow rate, ∆F. Sketch the dynamic behavior of the effluent concentration, CA(t). Describe the equipment required to maintain the feed flow rate at a desired value.

F0 CA0 F1

V

CA

Figure 4.2

11/06/05

Copyright © 2000 by T. Marlin

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Does a causal relationship exist? What is the order of the system? Hint: How could the process gain help? Hint: How many differential equations are in the model? Is the system stable? Wow: we sure need to know if a process is unstable! Could CA(t) exhibit oscillations from a Question: Why would we like to know this? step change in CA0? Would any of your answer change for Important: We can learn general types of any values of the parameters of the behavior for some processes! model (F. 2) the reactor is well mixed. V.) Transfer functions and block diagrams help us combine individual models to develop an overall model of interconnected elements. 4. d. Connect them is series. Without solving the equations. c. answer the following questions. e. From the transfer function CA(s)/CA0(s).)? 4. F. c. b. k. A step change in feed concentration.McMaster University 4. e. c. Draw a block diagram relating CA0 and F to CA.1 and 3. Select some simple processes that you have studied and modelled in this course. CA.5 Process plants contain many interconnected units.2. d. Determine the gain. a control loop contains many interconnected elements as well. a. b. 11/06/05 Copyright © 2000 by T. Derive the linearized model in deviation variables relating a change in F on the reactor concentration. Derive an overall input-output model based on the individual models.5 Assuming 1) the reactor is isothermal. (As we will see.> tC. etc. and 4) the reactor volume is constant. and 2.4 Let’s consider the usefulness of the transfer functions that we just derived. The following input changes are applied to the CSTR: 1. Derive the linearized model in deviation variables relating a change in CA0 on the reactor concentration.3 Isothermal CSTR with two input changes: This question builds on the results from tutorial Questions 3. Sketch the response of the output variable to a step in the input variable. CA0. Marlin 2 . with step size ∆CA0 at tC. Determine the transfer functions for the two models derived in parts a and b. d. with step size ∆F at tF. stability and damping. A step change in feed flow rate. Consider a CSTR with the following reaction occurring in the reactor A→B -rA = kCA0. a. CA. sketch the behavior of CA(t). 3) density of the reactor content is constant. b. a.

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