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Process Control: Modeling, Design, and Simulation by B. Wayne Bequette

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Student Exercises

1:Reproduce the DMC simulations for the van de Vusse reactor shown in Figures 16-9 and 16-10 using the files shown in Appendix 16.3 (also, you may download these files from the book web page).
2:Run the DMC simulations for the van de Vusse reactor, for a prediction horizon of 10 (and a model length of 50). Vary the control horizon and discuss the effect; for example, if M = 5, the manipulated input resembles a “pulse” change. Also, try different weighting on the manipulated input and discuss the effect.
3:Consider a biochemical reactor operated at a stable operating condition (Module 7), with the state space model

where the input ...

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