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Agachi, Paul Serban / Cristea, Mircea Vasile

Basic Process Engineering Control

Series:De Gruyter Textbook

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    • Study questions at the end of each chapter
    • Includes numerous diagrams, figures and tables
    • Part IFundamentals of system theory and control; Part II The analysis
      of the control system; Part III The synthesis of the control system

    Aims and Scope

    Basic Process Engineering Control is based on the extensive experience of the
    authors in the field of industry, teaching and writing. The textbook showcases
    methods, problems, and tools used in this well-established fi eld of chemical engineering and goes beyond traditional process engineering by applying the same principles to biomedical processes, energy production, and management of environmental issues. Starting from the behavior of processes, Basic Process Engineering Control explains all determinations in “chemical systems” or “process systems”, such as the intricate inter dependency of the process stages, analyzing the hardware components of a control system, and the design of an appropriate control system for a process parameter or a whole process. Although mainly aimed at students and graduates, the book is equally interesting to chemical or process engineers in all industries or research and development centers. Readers will notice the similarity in approach from the system and control point of view between different fields, which might otherwise seem far from each other but share the same control philosophy.

    Supplementary Information

    Paul Serban Agachiand Mircea Vasile Cristea, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

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