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ECH3112 PROCESS CONTROL AND

INSTRUMENTATION
LAB ASSIGNMENT 2
HAWKEYE

LECTURER: DR MUS’AB ABDUL RAZAK

NAME MATRICS NUMBER


SAMANTHA GEORGE 183443
PUVANAA A/P SIVALINGAM 184775
MUHAMMAD AMIR BIN MOHAMAD ROSLI 181670
MUHAMMAD HAIROL NIZAM BIN JAMALUDIN 181984
Part A

Figure A.1: Schematic Diagram of the Process Flow

The schematic diagram of the question shows the flow of the feed through the valve. Next it
flows into the current pressure transducer where the pressure is changed to current impulse.
There is also an underflow reflux in the schematic diagram.

Part B

Figure B.1: Block diagram of the process flow

For part B, the block diagram is drawn. The components present in this block diagram are Gd,
Gc, Gm, Gip, Gv, and Gp. Gd is the disturbance transfer function, Gc is the controller transfer
function, Gm is the composition measurement transfer function, Gip is the transducer transfer
function, Gv is the valve transfer function and Gp is the process transfer function.
Part D

By using excel solver, the value Kc and τ is identified.

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Thus, Gc = Kc (1+ 𝜏𝐼𝑠+1 ) = 0.01 (1 + 2.089894𝑠+1 )

Figure D.1: Simulink simulation block diagram


Figure D.2: Sine graph results

Part E

The step disturbance is increased from unit change to +8.5 by second order process model is
obtained by multiplying Gv, Gp and Gm. Using direct synthesis, the Kc, Ti and Td values are
obtained from the second order process model.

Figure E.1: Simulink Simulation


Figure E.2: Graph output of the results

Part F

For this part, when set point is changed to -5 and step disturbance unchanged, a sign graph
with low amplitude is obtained.

Figure F.1: Comparison of graph output of part e and part f

PI controller is tuned using ITAE, IMC, ZN and Cohen-Coon method.


Figure F.2: Simulink simulation
Figure F.3: Graph output of the PI controller tuning

IMC tuning method produce the best results since it stablilizes quickly producing better
closed loop response.
Part G

Derivative action is added to PI controller and tuned again with IMC, ITAE, ZN and CC
method.

Figure G.1: Simulink simulation


Figure G.2: Graphical output of the simulation

Part H

Figure H.1: Simulink simulation


Figure H.2: graphical output of the simulation

When there is a bigger time delay, the graph seems to stablilize quickly indicating better
closed loop response.