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Title: Process Dynamics and Control
Author: Seborg, D.E
Edition: 1st. ed.
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
Year: 1989
ISBN: 0-471-86389-0



Contents:
Part One – Introductory Concepts

1 – Introduction to Process Control
2 – Mathematical Modeling of Chemical Processes

Part Two – Transient Behavior of Processes

3 – Laplace Transforms
4 – The Transfer Function
5 – Dynamic Behavior of First-Order and Second-Order Systems
6 – Dynamic Response Characteristics of more Complicated Systems
7 – Development of Empirical Dynamic Models from Step Response Data

Part Tree – Feedback Control

8 – Feedback Controllers
9 – Control System Instrumentation
10 – Dynamic Behavior of Closed-Loop Control Systems
11 – Stability of Closed-Loop Control Systems
12 – Controller Design Based on Transient Response Criteria
13 – Controller Tuning and Troubleshooting Control Loops

Part Four – Frequency Response Methods

14 – Frequency Response Analysis
15 – Development of Empirical Models from Frequency Response Data
16 – Controller Design Using Frequency Responses Criteria

Part Five – Advanced Control Techniques

17 – Feed forward and Ratio Control
18 – Advanced Control Strategies
19 – Control of Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output Processes
20 – Supervisory Control

Part Six – Digital Control Techniques

21 – Digital Computer Control
22 – Sampling and Filtering of Continuous Measurements
23 – Development of Discrete-Time Models
24 – Dynamic Response of Discrete-Time Systems
25 – Analysis of Sampled-Data Control Systems
26 – Design of Digital Controller
27 – Predictive Control Techniques

Part Seven – Process Control Strategies

28 – The Art of Process Control