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Part C in Figure 9 illustrates a triple-cascade loop, where a temperature controller is the slave of an analyzer controller, while the refux fow is cascaded to temperature. This confguration is used when maintaining a stable temperature on a particular tray, while the tower operates at a constant and control- lable pressure is desired. Since temperature is an indicator of composition at constant pressure, the analyzer con- troller serves only to correct for variations in feed composition. Cascade loops will work only if the slave is faster than the master, which adjusts its set point. Another important consideration in all cascade systems is that the integral mode in the master will cause the output to saturate when that output is blocked from reaching and modulating the set point of the slave when the slave is switched to local set point. This is called reset windup, and it is prevented by providing the integral mode of the master with an input an external reset that is never blocked.
Since temperature is an indicator of composition at constant pressure, the analyzer con- troller serves only to correct for variations in feed composition. Cascade loops will work only if the slave is faster than the master, which adjusts its set point. Another important consideration in all cascade systems is that the integral mode in the master will cause the output to saturate when that output is blocked from reaching and modulating the set point of the slave when the slave is switched to local set point.
This is called reset windup, and it is prevented by providing the integral mode of the master with an input an external reset that is never blocked.
These signals are not shown in Part C selective Control Part D of Figure 9 illustrates a limit control confguration where the analyzer controller is overruled when the temperature reaches its high limit. The temperature controller is a constraint controller preventing the tempera- ture from exceeding a limit at the bottoms of an absorber stripper.
The reason for this limit is energy conserva- tion, because no additional stripping of the light component can be accomplished once the boiling point of the impurity is exceeded. Therefore, even though an analyzer controller may call for more heat, this heat would only increase the bottoms temperature without removing the impurity, thereby wasting heat.
Selective control confgurations also require external feedback to protect them from reset windup. In such a confguration, the external reset ER signal not shown in the fgure is taken from the measurement of the slave controller FRC.
First the overhead vapors enter the condenser partial or total , and next the liquid condensate is collected in an accumulator vessel. Some of the accumulated condensate is returned to the column as refux, while the remainder is withdrawn as overhead product distillate.
If the condensation is incomplete, the condenser is called a partial condenser, and the overhead product is withdrawn in both vapor and liquid phases. Total condensers are usually designed for accumulator pressures up to psia 1.
A partial condenser is usually used between psia and psia 1. The condenser pressure drop is usually about 5 psia Most distillation columns are operated under constant pressure, because at constant pressure, temperature measurement is an indirect indication of composition, but foating the operating pressure can have advantages in many applications.
A6 Friction Loss in Pipes.
A8 Partial List of Suppliers. Chapter 6 Control Valve Selection and Sizing.
Chapter 7 Regulators and Final Control Elements. Chapter 8 Control and Optimization of Unit Operations.
A9 Direction of Lost Companies. A10 ISA Standards. Back cover. Process Control Bela G. We would like to ask you for a moment of your time to fill in a short questionnaire, at the end of your visit. If you decide to participate, a new browser tab will open so you can complete the survey after you have completed your visit to this website. Thanks in advance for your time. Skip to content.
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