The interactions of design and control; double-effect distillation
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A general, rigorous dynamic model is described for studying the interactions of design and control in a double-effect distillation system. Two approaches are adopted. In the first, the steady-state process design and the control system are optimized sequentially; potential operability bottlenecks are identified and the economic advantage of double-effect systems over conventional single column systems is demonstrated. In the second approach, the process design and the control system are optimized simultaneously leading to a more economically beneficial system than that obtained using the sequential approach.
JOURNAL OF PROCESS CONTROL
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Bansal, V., Ross, R., Perkins, J. D., & Pistikopoulos, E. N.
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Bansal, V||Ross, R||Perkins, JD||Pistikopoulos, EN