A new software development methodology for controllability analysis of Forced Circulation Evaporator System
Sadrieh, A. and Bahri, P.A. (2015) A new software development methodology for controllability analysis of Forced Circulation Evaporator System. Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 37 . pp. 1559-1564.
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Modern chemical process plants are becoming more and more complex due to tighter economic and environmental limitations. As a result, achieving well-controllable process system designs becomes a tedious task. Using software products to evaluate designs in early stages is beneficial in order to reduce the human error and increase the efficiency. However, developing software tools for controllability problems using traditional software development methods is inefficient due to complexity and scale of these problems as well as considerable differences between them. In this work, a graphical domain-specific language (DSL) is introduced for measuring RGA index, to assess the controllability of a process plant with an application to a forced-circulation evaporator system.
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