Design, Optimization, and Control of Membrane Reactor for Water-Gas Shift Reaction
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In this study, the overall goal is to design, optimize and control a novel WGSR-MR system via process engineering approach. The main contributions of the study include: a new intensified process design of WGSR-MR system with good economic and dynamic controllability performances, a new simultaneous optimization methodology to address trade-off between the steady-state economic and dynamic controllability performances, and a new complete design procedure for triple-loop parallel cascade PID control strategy.
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