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Code No: 320803. III B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November 2003

**PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
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( Chemical Engineering ) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks ---

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1.a) b)

Derive an expression for the dynamic response of a general first order system for step change in input. A mercury thermometer having a first order dynamics with a time constant of 60 sec. is placed in a temperature bath at 350 C. After the thermostat reaches its steady state, it is suddenly placed in a bath at 400 C at time t = 0. Calculate the variation of temperature with time for a period of 60 seconds considering an incremental time of 10 seconds.

2. a) Define and explain transportation lag. b) Develop transfer function for transportation lag. 3. a) b) 4. a) b) c) A unit step change is given to a PI controller. If the proportional sensitivity or gain Kc is 4, the integral time τ 1 is 2, obtain the response of the PI controller. Differentiate negative feed back and positive feed back. The set point of the control system shown below is given a step change of 0.1unit. Determine: The maximum value of C and the time at which it occurs. The offset. The period of oscillation - Draw the sketch of c(t) as a function of time.

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Consider a feed back control system described by the following transfer functions: Process: GP(s) = 4/(2s+1) PI Controller : GC(s) = Kc = (1+ 1/s) Measuring Element GT(s) = 1/(0.1s+1) Final control element : Gv (s) = 1/(0.2s +1) Obtain the characteristic equation. Use the Routh method to determine the value of Kc for the system to be stable. (Contd…2)

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Sketch the Root locus for the following equations 1+ K = 0 , also find the roots and discuss about the stability of the (S + 1)(2S + 1)

system 7. 8. What is Bode stability criterion? Discuss its application in analyzing stability of a general control system. Discuss the Cohen and Coon rules of controller tuning in detail.

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Code No: 320803. III B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November 2003

**PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
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( Chemical Engineering ) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks ---

2

1. a) b)

Define a transfer function. How do you relate process inputs and outputs by a transfer function ? What are the properties of transfer functions? The input and output concentrations of a well stirred vessel of volume V are x and y, respectively, and the inflow and outflow rates are qi and q. No reaction occurs. Write the unsteady state material balance for the system, and write an expression for the solution of y. Explain in detail the terms used to describe an under damped II order response. In a PID controller the error is increased linearly at the rate of 50C/min. The proportional sensitivity of the PID controller is 4, the reset rate is 1 and the derivative time is 0.5. Obtain the response equation of the controller. Write about servo problem versus regulator problem. The location of the load change in a control loop may affect the system response. In the block diagram shown in the figure given below a unit – step change in load enters at either location 1 or location 2. What is the offset when the load enters at location 1 and when it enters at location 2? Sketch the transient response to a step change in U1 and to a step change in U2.

2. 3. a) b) 4. a) b)

5.

What do you mean by stability? Indicate in short any one test by which you can determine the stability of a linear control system. For the open loop transfer function 3.4 --------------- with negative feedback, specify S(S+2)(S+3) τ for which system is stable. (Contd…2)

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1+

K = 0 , sketch the root-locus diagram. S(S + 1)(2S + 1)

Also find the roots of the systems. Discuss about stability of the systems. 7. Discuss gain and phase margins in controller system design by frequency response analysis. Write the design specifications for gain and phase margins. Explain the various valve characteristics of a control valve.

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Code No: 320803. III B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examination November 2003

**PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
**

( Chemical Engineering ) Time: 3 hours

3

1. a) b)

Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --Describe how the mathematical models are helpful in the process analysis and design. A thermometer has a time constant of 3.5 seconds. It is quickly taken from a temperature of 00C to water bath at 1000 C. What temperature will be indicated after 1.5 seconds? Define and discuss the following terms: i) Overshoot ii) Decay ratio iii) Rise time iv) Response time. Explain in detail with a block diagram working mechanism of a proportional pneumatic controller. For the control system shown in the figure given below obtain the closed-loop transfer function C/U. Find the value of Kc for which the closed-loop response has a ξ of 2.3. Find the offset for a unit-step change in U if Kc = 4.

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3. 4. a) b) c)

5.

What is the characteristic equation for the system shown below? Is the system stable for Kc = 9.5, 11 and 12. Use Routh’s test. R Kc 2 (S+1) + (S+2) 3 (S+3) (Contd…2) C

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What do you mean by “Root Locus”. Discuss in detail its application to control systems. Write briefly on the following. a) Gain and phase margins b) Frequency response for process control. Explain in detail the cascade control using a schematic diagram.

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Code No: 320803. III B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November 2003

**PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
**

( Chemical Engineering ) Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks ---

4

1. a) b)

Derive an expression for the dynamic response of a general first order system for ramp change in input. A mercury thermometer having first order dynamics with a time constant of 60 sec is placed in a temperature batch of 400 C. After the thermometer reaches its steady state, it is suddenly placed in a bath at 35 0 C at time t=0. Calculate the variation of temperature with time for a period of 60 sec considering an incremental time of 10 sec. Define and discuss the following terms: i) Quadratic lag ii) Dead time iii) Period of oscillation iv) Natural period of oscillation. Explain in detail with a block diagram working mechanism of a proportional derivative pneumatic controller. For the control system shown in figure given below determine: a) C(s)/R(s) b) C( ∞ ) c) Offset d) C(0.5) e) Whether the closed-loop response is oscillatory.

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3. 4.

(Contd…2)

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5. a) b)

With a suitable example bring out the concept of stability and criteria for stability for a control system. Explain anyone definition of stability. Using Routh’s test analyse the stability of the system controlled by proportional controller with gain Kc = 7, system is described by transfer function. Y(S) 4 --------- = --------------------------X(S) (S+2) (0.3S+1)(S+3)

6.

For the open loop transfer function of a control system shown below. G H(s) = K ------------------s (s2 + 2s + 2)

Draw the root locus plot. Determine the three roots of the characteristic equation, when K is taken as 4. 7. Construct general Bode plots for the following; a) A first order system b) Two first order systems in series Explain the semi-log plot method for modelling a process.

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