Advanced Process Control National Taiwan University
This course will present an introduction to process dynamics and control. Students will learn how to construct dynamic models of process systems, how to analyze process dynamics using Laplace transforms and transfer functions, the characteristic responses of dynamic processes, and the design and implementation of feedback control. Students will also learn to use computer software to model process dynamics and control.
By the end of the semester, students should be able to: 1. Construct dynamic models of chemical processes 2. Solve differential equations using Laplace transforms. 3. Build and analyze transfer function and state-space models 4. Understand the dynamic response of representative processes 5. Develop empirical dynamic process models 6. Implement and tune PID controllers 7. Use frequency response methods to analyze processes and design controllers. 8. Understand and implement Feed-forward, ratio, cascade and multi-variable control.
Online Course Requirement
Jeffrey Daniel Ward
(College of Engineering) Graduate Institute of Chemical Engineering
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Email address: http://www.che.ntu.edu.tw/che/?lang=en