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feedback, sampling, and nonlinear functions were able to reduce the integrated error per unit load change perhaps twofold, feedforward is capable of a hundredfold improvement. l A feedforward system would only have to be accurate to & 10 percent to provide tenfold improvement, in conjunction with feedback. But nothing of great value is ever gained without cost. The cost in this instance is the process knowledge which must go into the design of every system. This precludes the mass production of fully adjustable feedforward systems. The only feedforward systems that will look alike are those being applied to like processes. Although the feedforward loop carries most of the load, feedback is still important in its execution. The ultimate regulatory system is a triple cascade-the primary feedback controller trimming the set point of the feedforward loop, which in turn manipulates a cascade flow loop. The symmetry of such a configuration is striking. The basic tenents of the technique were covered in this chapter with examples chosen for illustration rat her than practical value. But in each. of the chapters that follow, feedforward will be applied to those processes which would most benefit from superior load regulation. Optimizing systems, where practicable, will also be given due consideration.
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1. Shinskey, F. G.: Feedforward Control Applied, ISA Journal, November, 1963. 2. Samson, J. E.: Improvements in or Relating to Automatic Force Balance Apparatus, British Patent No. 860,485, February 8, 1961. 3. MacMullan, E. C., and F. G. Shinskey: Feedforward Analog Computer Control of a Superfractionator, C o n t r o l Eng., March, 1964. 4. Shinskey, F. G.: Analog Computing Control for On-line Applications, Conlrol Eng., November, 1962.
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8.1 In the heat-exchanger control system, equal flow rates of steam and liquid in percent of full scale raise the liquid temperature 100 F. Under these
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conditions, what offset would be induced by a 2 percent error in steam flow at 50 percent and at 25 percent flow
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8.2 Write the equation for the feedforward system which controls exit-gas composition y as it leaves the absorber described under the section on optimizing programs. How does this differ from the optimizing program solved in the
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Estimate the peak location of the uncompensated response curve which What settings of lead and lag will be necessary for
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would result from feedforward control of the process whose dynamic character-
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8.4 Given a process whose dynamics consist of first-order lags, T, = 3 min and rq = 1 min: For conditions of r and q, both at 50 percent, what is the integrated area per unit load change with an uncompensated forward loop W h a t is the integrated area with lead-lag compensation, if the lead time is 2.5 min and the lag time is 1 min 8.5 Control of a given dead-time plus integrating process may be improved either (a) by adding derivative to the existing two-mode controller (interacting) or (b) by investing in a noninteracting controller or (c) by adding a simple forward loop. In the last case, the feedformard system is only likely to be accurate to + 10 percent. What is the improvement in integrated area per unit load change for each of the three cases What would be the effect of variable dead time in each case
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he principles governing energy transfer apply to a broad spectrum of processes, from the combustion of fuel in a steam plant to the generation of hydraulic horsepower by a pump at the other end of the power line. Whether the energy is in the form of heat, electricity, head, or whatever, its conservation must be enforced : this is the first law of thermodynamics. Prerequisite to the study of thermodynamic processes is an understanding of its terminology. Energy is a measure of the state of a system; work is that amount of energy released or absorbed when the state of the system is changed. Energy and work therefore have similar units, although either may be thermal, electrical, hydraulic, etc. They are typically expressed as watthours, Btu s, foot-pounds, etc. Power, however, is the rate of flow of energy; control of energy transfer is therefore control of power. Thermal power is expressed as heat flow in Btu/hr, electrical power is expressed in watts, and mechanical power is expressed in horsepower or ft-lb/set. Many processes, such as heat exchangers, involve the transfer of energy
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