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Level control of two tanks in series 1.0
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Level control of two tanks in series 1.0
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Description: Two tanks in are disposed in series. The level of tank 2 must be controlled despite a sine wave disturbance in the flow F3. This is achieved by changing the flow rate F0 of liquid to tank 1. The tanks areas are A1 and A2. Flow equations depends on constants K1 and K2. A proportional control with a constant Kp is used. The set point to level of tank 2 is equal to h2set. This problem was originally solved using Berkeley-Madonna in Chemical Engineering Dynamics, Ingham et al., Wiley-VCH, 2000.

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Related: Problem, Set, Equal, constant, Point, solved, ingham, wileyvch, Dynamics, Engineering, berkeleymadonna, Chemical, Control, proportional, disturbance, Controlled, Level

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File Size: 20.5 KB

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