Fundamental Process Control focuses on the fundamental nature of process control, which includes an extensive discussion on control methodologies.
The first seven chapters are devoted to the development of a complete control problem formulation that contains all the elements of practical importance. Due to the novelty of these ideas, no rigorous mathematical proofs yet exist for the assertions made, although they have been verified through simulation and experience in practice. The concepts discussed in Chapters 8 and 9 contain ideas for future developments in process control that will trigger the imagination of researchers in the fields covered.
This book requires a thorough grounding in both classical and modern control theory in order to grasp the material presented. This book is therefore not for casual readers, but rather is directed at those who are currently, or those who desire to develop into, control design experts.
Within the academic community, this book is ideal for the graduate level and for those academics pursuing fundamental research topics in process control.
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|Size: ||26.1 MB|
|Date published: || 1988|
|ISBN: ||9781483162379 (DRM-PDF)|
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