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Lab Manual for Process Modelling and Optimization - PMO by Khushal Agrawal

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GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, CHANDRAPUR CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Mr./Miss.……………………….…………….. bearing roll no.………….. studying in Final year of Instrumentation Engineering in the session 2016 - 2017. He/She has completed a practical course based on the syllabus and has given satisfactory account of in the journal containing record of the laboratory in the subject Process Modeling and Optimization. UNIVERSITY ROLL NO: DATE: Faculty-in-charge Head of Department Principal Instrumentation Engg. G.C.O.E.C. 2

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Table of Contents Vision, Mission statements of Institute and the Program 4 Course Objectives 5 Laboratory Details Laboratory Syllabus Expt. No 1 2 6 Name of the Experiment Page. No. Analysis of first order system using step response and ramp input. 3 Obtaining mathematical modeling of electrical system using first principle. To solve differential equation using Newton Raphson method 4 Obtaining Mathematical modeling of liquid level system. 5 Solving Differential Equation using Euler’s method. 6 To determine Relative gain array for MIMO physical system. 7 Model Structure Selection: Determining Model Order and Input Delay 8 To study the process of Heat Exchanger. 9 Study the process of Distillation column. 10 To study linear Programming & Karmarkar algorithm 3

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Vision and Mission Institute Vision To excel in technical education having focus on innovative design, entrepreneurship development, enhancing employability rate and developing environment friendly society. Institute Mission • To educate and train undergraduate and research students for practicing professionalism, ethical approach, leadership and entrepreneurship ability. • To nurture conducive environment for learning. • To develop proficient technocrats catering to the needs of industry, society and environment. • To enhance rapport with distinguished institutes, industries and alumni for excellence in education, research, and consultancy. Department Vision The department of Instrumentation engineering envisions to emerge as an innovator in the field of industrial automation and product development. Department Mission M1 M2 M3 To educate and train Instrumentation Engineering students to be motivated, proactive and professionally developed individuals for successful employment/self-employment. To inculcate students with fundamental engineering base for the development of component, products and systems. To train students to undertake global challenges by adapting safe practices. Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) PEO 1 Be an engineer in design, manufacturing, operation and maintenance with technical and managerial skills in Instrumentation domain. PEO 2 Excel a strong knowledge base for creating new innovative techniques. PEO 3 Achieve interdisciplinary approach and technical expertise leading to successful career, higher education and entrepreneurship. PEO 4 Exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude and team work to contribute in solving problems. 4

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Course/Laboratory Objectives IN807: Project Planning Estimation and Assessment Lab After completion of the laboratory experiment students will able to: 1. Develop project report format on drawing sheet. 2. Construct Piping and Instrumentation diagram. 3. Draw process flow sheet and instrumentation index sheet. 4. Purchase requisition note and order form. 5. Classify cables and network topology. 6. Develop control Room Layout. 5

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