Process Control and Optimization
As the paper Profound Implications of Minimum Variance Control in the Archives explains, the common link between static processes, dynamic processes, and human activities is the concept of minimum variance. The text Process Control and Optimization listed under Resources teaches how to achieve minimum variance control in dynamic manufacturing processes. Typically, most students have a single opportunity to learn process control while they pursue their undergraduate degrees in chemical engineering. How to cover both the control theory and practical applications essential to prepare the students for industrial careers in a single semester-long course has been a challenge to the instructor. In this text, the authors have tried to achieve this objective.