Distillation control : an engineering perspective / Cecil L. Smith.

By: Smith, Cecil LMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Copyright date: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2012Edition: First editionDescription: xi, 332 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9780470381946Subject(s): Distillation | Chemistry -- Industrial and TechnicalDDC classification: 660.28425
Partial contents:
Chapter 1. Principles -- 1.1 Separation Processes -- 1.2 Total Material Balance -- 1.3 Reflux and Boilup Ratios -- 1.4 Total Material Balance Around Condenser -- 1.5 Total Material Balance Around Reboiler -- 1.6 Component Material Balances -- 1.7 Energy and the Separation Factor -- 1.8 Multicomponent Distillation -- 1.9 Stage-by-Stage Separation Model -- 1.10 Formulation of the Control Problem -- 1.11 Tower Internals -- 1.12 Flooding -- 1.13 Tray Hydraulics -- 1.14 Inverse Response in Bottoms Level -- 1.15 Composition Dynamics -- Chapter 2. Composition Control -- 2.1 Product Specifications -- 2.2 Columns in Series -- 2.3 Composition Analyzers -- 2.4 Temperature -- 2.5 Distillate Composition Control: Constant Boilup -- 2.6 Distillate Composition Control: Constant Bottoms Flow -- 2.7 Operating Lines -- 2.8 Temperature Profiles -- 2.9 Feed Composition Disturbances -- 2.10 Bottoms Composition Control -- 2.11 Propagation of Variance in Level Control Configurations -- 2.12 Level Control in Direct Material Balance Configurations -- Chapter 3. Pressure Control and Condensers -- 3.1 Pressure Control -- 3.2 Once-Through Heat Transfer Processes -- 3.3 Water-Cooled Condensers -- 3.4 Flooded Condensers -- 3.5 Air-Cooled Condensers -- 3.6 Partial Condensers -- 3.7 Atmospheric Towers -- 3.8 Vacuum Towers -- 3.9 Floating Pressure/Pressure Minimization -- Chapter 4. Reboilers and Feed Preheaters -- 4.1 Types of Reboilers -- 4.2 Steam-Heated Reboilers -- 4.3 Hot Oil -- 4.4 Fired Heaters -- 4.5 Feed Preheater -- 4.6 Economizer -- Chapter 5. Applying Feedforward -- 5.1 Feed Flow and Composition -- 5.2 Internal Reflux Control -- 5.3 Extreme Feedforward -- 5.4 Feedforward for Bottoms Level -- 5.5 Feedforward for Column Pressure -- 5.6 Product Compositions -- Chapter 6. Unit Optimization -- 6.1 Energy and Separation -- 6.2 Optimization of a Column -- 6.3 Constraints in Distillation Columns -- 6.4 Control Configurations for Single Constraint -- 6.5 Control Configurations for Multiple Constraints -- Chapter 7. Double-End Composition Control -- 7.1 Defining the Problem -- 7.2 Options for Composition Control -- 7.3 Relative Gain -- 7.4 Relative Gains from Open Loop Sensitivities -- 7.5 Relative Gains for Other Configurations -- 7.6 Ratios for Manipulated Variables -- 7.7 Effect of Operating Objectives -- 7.8 Model Predictive Control -- Chapter 8. Complex Towers -- 8.1 Heat Integration -- 8.2 Side Heater/Side Cooler -- 8.3 Sidestreams -- 8.4 Withdrawing a Liquid Sidestream -- 8.5 Withdrawing a Vapor Sidestream -- 8.6 Composition Control in Sidestream Towers.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Chapter 1. Principles --
1.1 Separation Processes --
1.2 Total Material Balance --
1.3 Reflux and Boilup Ratios --
1.4 Total Material Balance Around Condenser --
1.5 Total Material Balance Around Reboiler --
1.6 Component Material Balances --
1.7 Energy and the Separation Factor --
1.8 Multicomponent Distillation --
1.9 Stage-by-Stage Separation Model --
1.10 Formulation of the Control Problem --
1.11 Tower Internals --
1.12 Flooding --
1.13 Tray Hydraulics --
1.14 Inverse Response in Bottoms Level --
1.15 Composition Dynamics --
Chapter 2. Composition Control --
2.1 Product Specifications --
2.2 Columns in Series --
2.3 Composition Analyzers --
2.4 Temperature --
2.5 Distillate Composition Control: Constant Boilup --
2.6 Distillate Composition Control: Constant Bottoms Flow --
2.7 Operating Lines --
2.8 Temperature Profiles --
2.9 Feed Composition Disturbances --
2.10 Bottoms Composition Control --
2.11 Propagation of Variance in Level Control Configurations --
2.12 Level Control in Direct Material Balance Configurations --
Chapter 3. Pressure Control and Condensers --
3.1 Pressure Control --
3.2 Once-Through Heat Transfer Processes --
3.3 Water-Cooled Condensers --
3.4 Flooded Condensers --
3.5 Air-Cooled Condensers --
3.6 Partial Condensers --
3.7 Atmospheric Towers --
3.8 Vacuum Towers --
3.9 Floating Pressure/Pressure Minimization --
Chapter 4. Reboilers and Feed Preheaters --
4.1 Types of Reboilers --
4.2 Steam-Heated Reboilers --
4.3 Hot Oil --
4.4 Fired Heaters --
4.5 Feed Preheater --
4.6 Economizer --
Chapter 5. Applying Feedforward --
5.1 Feed Flow and Composition --
5.2 Internal Reflux Control --
5.3 Extreme Feedforward --
5.4 Feedforward for Bottoms Level --
5.5 Feedforward for Column Pressure --
5.6 Product Compositions --
Chapter 6. Unit Optimization --
6.1 Energy and Separation --
6.2 Optimization of a Column --
6.3 Constraints in Distillation Columns --
6.4 Control Configurations for Single Constraint --
6.5 Control Configurations for Multiple Constraints --
Chapter 7. Double-End Composition Control --
7.1 Defining the Problem --
7.2 Options for Composition Control --
7.3 Relative Gain --
7.4 Relative Gains from Open Loop Sensitivities --
7.5 Relative Gains for Other Configurations --
7.6 Ratios for Manipulated Variables --
7.7 Effect of Operating Objectives --
7.8 Model Predictive Control --
Chapter 8. Complex Towers --
8.1 Heat Integration --
8.2 Side Heater/Side Cooler --
8.3 Sidestreams --
8.4 Withdrawing a Liquid Sidestream --
8.5 Withdrawing a Vapor Sidestream --
8.6 Composition Control in Sidestream Towers.

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