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The process control switching analysis of a simulated iondustrial Five-Effect evaporator operation using the sequential dynamic operability framework

Ekawati, E., Bahri, P.A., LePage, G. and Nooraii, A. (2004) The process control switching analysis of a simulated iondustrial Five-Effect evaporator operation using the sequential dynamic operability framework. In: 32nd Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference: Sustainable Processes (CHEMECA) 2004, 26-29 September 2004, Sydney, Australia

Abstract

This paper presents the process control switching of a simulated industrial five-effect evaporator process. The switching occurs in response to the 24-hour course of general disturbance profiles, which is captured using the sequential version of the Dynamic Operability Framework. The framework accommodates the analysis through solving the dynamic MINLP problem associated with the process control structure within an optimisation window that progresses sequentially over the time horizon. The analysis justifies a four-effect operation and a multi-loop control strategy to achieve the optimum process economy.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/28601
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