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KALASALINGAM UNIVERTSITY

ANAND NAGAR, KRISHNANKOIL- 626 190.


Srivilliputhur (Via) Virudhunagar (Dt.) TAMILNADU

DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING

COURSE PLAN

EIE 306 -PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL LT PC


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Staff In-charge : Mr. G.Saravanakumar, Lecturer / ICE


Year / SEM / Branch: III / VI / ICE

AIM
To transfer the knowledge of process dynamics and control and use that for controlling real
time systems.

OBJECTIVES
i. To expose the students to the concepts of process dynamics
ii. To provide adequate knowledge about different types of controllers
iii. To teach about the concept of controller tuning and evaluation criteria for
control
systems
iv. To provide comprehensive knowledge of advanced controllers like multi
loop
controllers
v. To provide adequate knowledge of design of controllers for real time
systems.

TEXT BOOKS
1. Stephanopoulis, G., Chemical Process Control, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2nd
edition, Reprint 2002
2. Eckman, D.P., Automatic Process Control, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1993
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. Harriott, P., Process Control, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1991
2. Shinkey , Process Control Systems., IV Edition., Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1996

WEB RESOURCES

www.pacontrol.com
www.contek-systems.co.uk
www.modelingandcontrol.com
http://www.pc-education.mcmaster.ca/course.htm
http://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/~cbe_185/lecture.html
http://ocw.korea.edu/ocw/college-of-engineering/process-control/lecture-notes
http://www.pdhonline.org/courses/e167/DOE-HDBK-1013-92-Vol%202.pdf
LESSON PLAN

Text/ Cumulati
Topic No. of
Topic Name Refere ve No. of
No periods
nce periods
UNIT I INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction, Need for process control
T1 1 1
2. Mathematical model of first – order level process T1
1 2
3. Pressure process T1
1 3
4. Thermal process T1
1 4
5. Higher order process T1
2 6
6. Interacting - non-interacting systems T1
1 7
7. Continuous , batch process T1
1 8
8. Self-regulation T1
1 9
9. Servo and regulator operation T1
1 10
10 Tutorial
. 2 12

UNIT II: CONTROL ACTIONS AND CONTROLLERS


11 Basic control actions T1
. 1 13

12 Characteristics of on-off control mode T1


. 1 14

13 Proportional, integral, derivative control modes T1


. 1 15

14 Single-speed floating mode T1


. 1 16

15 P+I- P+D - P+I+D control modes T1


. 2 18
16 Pneumatic controllers T1
. 1 19

17 Electronic controllers to realize various control actions T1


. 2 21

18 Tutorial
. 3 24

UNIT III : OPTIMUM CONTROLLER SETTINGS

19 Evaluation criteria – IAE, ISE, ITAE and ¼ decay ratio– T1


. 2 26

20 Determination of optimum settings for mathematically T1


. described processes using time response 2 28

21 Determination of optimum settings for mathematically T1


. described processes using frequency response 2 30

22 Tuning methods, process reaction curve method T1


. 1 31

23 Ziegler Nichols method T1


. 1 32

24 Damped oscillation method T1


. 1 33

25 Tutorial
. 3 36

UNIT IV : MULTILOOP CONTROL


26 Feed forward control T1
. 1 37

27 Ratio control T1
. 1 38

28 Cascade control T1
. 1 39

29 Inferential control T1
. 1 40

30 Split range control T1


. 1 41
31 Introduction to multivariable control T1
. 1 42

32 Distillation column T1
. 2 44

33 Boiler system T1
. 1 45

34 Tutorial
. 3 48
UNIT V: FINAL CONTROL ELEMENT
35 I/P converter T2
. 1 49

36 Pneumatic and electric actuators T2


. 1 50

37 Valve positioner T2
. 1 51

38 Control valves – characteristics of control valves T2


. 1 52

39 Inherent , installed characteristics of valve T2


. 1 53

40 valve body – commercial valve bodies T2


. 2 55

41 control valve sizing, Cavitation and flashing T2


. 1 56

42 Valve selection criteria T2


. 1 57

43 Tutorial
. 3 60

Portions for SE I, II
SE No Test Portion
1 Topic No: 1 to 18
2 Topic No: 19 to 34
Assignments:

 First order process


 Higher order process
 PID control
 Ziegler Nichols method
 Boiler system
 Pneumatic and electric actuators

Additional topic
Fuzzy control of a non-linear process
Prepared by Verified By

(Mr.G.Saravanakumar, Lecturer / ICE) (HOD/ICE)