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Process Plant Simulation

(CH-6331)
Total Number of Lectures: 42

Course Instructor: Madhusree Kundu

heat and fluid transfer.• Instructional Objectives On completion of the course 1. The students will be able to analyze the dynamics of the aforesaid processes performing dynamic simulation using the MATLAB/SIMULINK environment which would help them to monitor an ongoing process and design appropriate controllers for that process to ensure product quality and process safety. The students will be able to develop data based models using plant /experimental time series data. separation and reaction using conservation principles. which might help them in successful monitoring and control of a specific process. The students will be able to develop mathematical models of processes related to mass. 2. . 3.

5. The students will be able to perform heat and mass integration through designing effective networks in a process.Instructional Objectives 4. The students will be able to optimize process for decision making. . which might ensure energy efficient and ultimate zero-discharge process plants.

Process Modeling and Dynamic Simulation 2. Process Optimization 4. Data based Models 3. Heat Energy Integration and Mass Integration . Course Modules 1.

II. time-domain- Laplace domain-Z-domain transformation. Distillation column. No of Lecture: 1 Total number of lectures: 10 . Isothermal and non. Process Modeling and Dynamic Simulation Unit 1: Introduction to mathematical modeling and dynamic simulation Conservation principles.isothermal reactors III. No of Lecture: 1 Unit 2: Development of mathematical models using conservation principles I. Dynamic simulation and solvers . Heat exchangers No of Lecture: 5 Unit 3: Linearization and state space models No of Lecture: 3 Unit 4: Dynamic simulation using MATLAB ODE solver and SIMULINK All the unit 2 models and analysis of their response. transfer function models. Definition of mathematical model and different types of models and necessity of them. Evaporators IV.

conversion of continuous to discrete Time models No of Lecture: 2 Unit 2: Time series models AR. NRMAX. cross correlation. Data based models Unit 1: Introduction to time series data Time series data. LDA No of Lecture: 5 Total number of lectures: 10 . reconstruction Of continuous signals from their discrete time values. NRMA. auto correlation. PLS. ARMA. sampling continuous signal. ARMAX. output error models for correlating time series data No of Lecture: 1 Unit 3: System identification tool-box in MATLAB Use of system identification tool-box for correlating time series data No of Lecture: 2 Unit 4: MVS models PCA. partial correlation.

Process Optimization Unit 1: 5 lectures Multivariable optimization (Gradient based) both constrained and unconstrained  Lagrangian function formation for optimization problem with inequality and equality criterion  Cauchey’s Newton method  Levenberg Marquadtr method  Writing MATLAB code and implementation of them USING MATLAB optimtool .

Process Optimization Unit 2: 5 classes  Genetic Algorithm  Simulated annealing Algorithm  Differential Evolution Algorithm Writing MATLAB code and implementation of them USING MATLAB GUI based optimtool .

Process Optimization Unit 3: 2 classes Implementation of optimization functions in real problems including wastewater treatment plant heat exchanger design problem Parameter estimation in thermodynamic property correlation /prediction problem Total 3 units and 12 classes .

Determination of minimum utility by temperature interval method (TI). composite curve method No of Lecture: 2 Unit 2: Design of heat exchanger network for maximum energy recovery Design of heat exchanger network (HEN) using stream matching at the pinch No of Lecture: 1 Unit3: Reducing the number of heat exchangers in a network Breaking heat loops No of Lecture: 1 Unit4: Positioning of Heat engine and Heat pump No of Lecture: 1 Total number of lectures: 5 . Heat Integration Unit 1: Introduction to heat integration Identifying MER target.

Mass Integration Unit 1: Introduction to mass integration Minimum usage of MSA using concentration interval method No of Lecture: 1 Unit 2: Design of Mass exchange network (MEN) for minimum external MSA Stream matching at the pinch . stream splitting at the pinch No of Lecture: 2 Unit 3: Minimum number of Mass exchanger in MEN Breaking mass loop No of Lecture: 1 Total number of lectures: 5 .

. 2017. 2004. CRC Press. Damarla. D. B. Taylor & Francis Group. Analysis. Supplementary Reading:  Seinfeld and Lapidus. 1996  M.. Process Fault Detection and Miscellaneous Applications. and Simulation”. J. Luyben. and control for chemical engineers. Babu..  B. ” Second Edition. Roffel. 1998  William L. Prentice-Hall-International.Kundu.R. Kundu. Wayne Bequette. India. “Process Plant Simulation”. P. simulation. Books Essential Reading:  B. K. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 1 st Edition. Lewin. Inc. “Mathematical methods in Chemical Engineering” Prentice-Hall-International. Analysis and evaluation” Wiley India. “Process Dynamics & Control: Modeling for control and prediction. Seider. . A Chemometric Approach to Monitoring: Product Quality Assessment. Betlem. “Process modeling. Synthesis. 2006  Warren D. S.D Seader. 1978  B. OUP. McGraw-Hill. “Process Dynamics Modeling. 2004. Inc.V. 2nd edition. “ Product and Process Design Principles.