Significant Quality Deviation and Typical MV Move


Please sign in to view the rest of this entry.

Significant Quality Deviation and Typical MV Move
Significant Quality Deviation and Typical MV MoveThe traditional approach to quality control performed with proportional-integral-derivative action, or PID controllers, requires the definition of fixed quality targets as set points; however, the need of a more flexible approach is required for the following reasons: Opportunity to give performance privilege to the quality of one product with respect to the other Possibility to hit operating constraints as product flow rates and valve opening and stream temperatures, which means additional variables to be controlled. MPC controllers satisfy such nee…
Citation
Alessandro Brambilla: Distillation Control and Optimization: Operation Fundamentals through Software Control. Significant Quality Deviation and Typical MV Move, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export