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On-Line Dynamic Data Reconciliation Incorporating Dynamic Simulation

Rodolfo Téllez-Schmill, William Y Svrcek and Brent Young

The formulations for dynamic data reconciliation found in the literature assume that the error minimization problem is solved as a non-linear optimization problem constrained by the material and energy balances in the form of time-dependant non-linear differential equations. In this paper we introduce a new approach or an unconstrained formulation of this problem using a dynamic process simulator or model calculator and its potential application to chemical process control.

Published Online: 2007-5-8

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