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UNIT 2: STAGE 2.

DESIGN

INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEMBER:

WORK PRESENTED TO THE COURSE DIRECTOR:

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING PROGRAM

NOVEMBER 2017
MODELO MATEMATICO TEMPERATURA

2. We start from the resistance as the one in charge of delivering power to the
system therefore:

= ( )

Where:

KT = constant of positive proportionality

Ti = Serpentine temperature

= ( )

In the thermodynamic law, it is established that all variation of temperature will be

related to a variation of heat by means of the thermal capacity constants, for this
case they would be thermal resistance (R) and thermal capacity (C)

= = ( )

Knowing that the variable to control is the temperature:

+ 0 = +

Knowing that the variable to control is the temperature: { } = ()

()() + 0 () = () + ()

0 ()[()+ ] = () + ()

So:

0 () =
()+

Finally, the ideal model taking as 1 the constant of proportionality:

0 () 1
=
() () + 1

Where:
To = Liquid temperature in tank A
Ti = Serpentine temperature.
R (Thermal Resistance): 15 Celsius / Kcalor / seconds
C (Thermal Capacitance): 1 Kcalor / seconds / Celsius