Heat Exchanger Controller Case Study

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case study of different heatexchanger controller
Ravi Kant Sharma
PG Student
Electrical Engineering
NITTTR
Chandigarh, India rsbecool@gmail.com Dr. Lini Mathew
Associate Professor
Electrical Engineering
NITTTR
Chandigarh, India

Dr. S. Chatterji
Professor & Head
Electrical Engineering
NITTTR
Chandigarh, India

Abstract— Shell and tube heat exchanger is widely used in industries because it can withstand over wide range of temperature and pressure. The function of shell and tube heat exchanger is to transfer heat from hot fluid to a cooler fluid, so the temperature control is the prime purpose. In general, temperature control system has the characteristics of non-linearity, large inertia and time variability so to overcome the effects of these factors and get the satisfactory results by using normal PID controller. To control the temperature of output fluid of the heat exchanger system a PID controller, FOPID controller is used in this paper. The controllers are implemented in this paper based on comparative analysis to control the output temperature of heat exchanger system. In addition to that optimization through GA technique will be implemented in this paper later for better effective temperature control.
Keywords: Heat exchanger, FOPID, PID controller, temperature control, GA
I. INTRODUCTION
Heat exchangers are widely used
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Firstly a classical PID controller is implemented to achieve the control objectives. PID controller exhibits high overshoots which is undesirable. To minimize the overshoot FOPID controller is implemented. FOPID based controller has gained widespread acceptance because of its robustness; it has five parameters to tune instead of three. In this paper three types of controller are designed to achieve the control objective and a comparative study between the controllers are evaluated

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