Process Dynamics And Control by Sudheer S. Bhagade, Govind Das Nageshwar
This well-organized and comprehensive book presents the basic concept and terminology of process control citing examples from day-to-day life. The text discusses the order of dynamic elements and their responses, transportation lag, block diagrams, final control elements, controllers, the concept of stability, techniques to tune controllers, etc. in detail. It also explains the way the elements are put together to form a loop and their interactions to each other, Ziegler–Nichols and Tyreus–Luyben controller settings, and a host of other topics that help students understand the control configuration.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Mechanical Engineering Students.
Key Features :
1. Provides examples of several dynamic elements from chemical industry.
2.Includes a large number of diagrams illustrating the control action to be implemented.
3.Gives examples of dynamic elements from chemical industry to correlate functioning of equipment from control point of view
4.Deals with both electronic and pneumatic controllers.
Table of Content:
1. What Is Process Control ?
2. Order Of Elements
3. Dynamics Of First Order Elements
4. Dynamics Of Higher Order Elements
5. Dynamics Of Elements With Unusual Characteristics
6. Characteristics Of Real Systems
7. Control Valves
9. Control Loops
10. Closed Loop Response
11. Control Quality
12. Routh Test
13. Root Locus Diagrams
14. Frequency Response Technique
15. Mimo Systems
17. Control Strategies
18. Sampled Data Systems