Chemical Process Dynamics and Control

Introduction to logic of process dynamics and principles of control in chemical engineering applications; block diagram notation, input disturbance, time response and stability criteria for chemical equipment and chemical reaction systems; single- and multiple-loop systems; phase plane analysis of reaction systems; instrumentation (types and capabilities) and higher-end automation techniques.  The course concludes with automation and control system projects (design).

Prerequisite: ChE 352

Credits: 3.00

Course Code: ChE 361

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