Process Simulation & Control

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Journal papers in Process Simulation & Control.

  1. Patle D.S., Agrawal V., Sharma S. and Rangaiah G.P., Plantwide control and process safety of formic acid process having a reactive dividing-wall column and three material recycles, Computers and Chemical Engineering, 147, 107248 (2021).
  2. Feng Z.M., Shen W.F., Rangaiah G.P., and Dong L.C., Design and control of vapor recompression assisted extractive distillation for separating n-hexane and ethyl acetate, Separation and Purification Technology, 240, 116655 (2020).
  3. Feng Z.M., Shen W.F., Rangaiah G.P. and Dong L.C., Closed-loop Identification and Model Predictive Control of Extractive Dividing-Wall Column, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 142, 107552 (2019).
  4. Feng Z.M., Shen W.F., Rangaiah G.P., Lv L.P. and Dong L.C., Process Development, Assessment and Control of Reactive Dividing-Wall Column with Vapor Recompression for Producing N-Propyl Acetate, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 58, 276-295 (2019).
  5. Patle D., Gadhamsetti A.P, Sharma S. Agrawal V. and Rangaiah G.P., Plantwide Control of Formic Acid Production Process using Integrated Framework of Simulation and Heuristics, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57, 13478-13489 (2018).
  6. Feng Z.M., Shen, W.S., Rangaiah G.P. and Dong L.C., Proportional-Integral Control and Model Predictive Control of Extractive Dividing-Wall Column Based on Temperature Differences, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57, 10572−10590 (2018).
  7. Ahmad, Z., Patle D.S. and G.P. Rangaiah, Operator Training Simulator for Biodiesel Synthesis from Waste Cooking Oil, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 99, 55-68 (2016).
  8. Patle D.S., Z. Ahmad and G.P. Rangaiah G.P., Plantwide Control of Biodiesel Production from Waste Cooking Oil using Integrated Framework of Simulation and Heuristics, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 53, 14408-14418 (2014).
  9. Patle D.S., Z. Ahmad and G.P. Rangaiah, Operator Training Simulators in the Chemical Industry: Review, Issues and Future Directions, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, 30(2), 199-216 (2014).
  10. Tripathi S., S. Vasudevan and G.P. Rangaiah, Plant-Wide Control System Design of an Alkylation Process Using Integrated Framework of Simulation, Heuristics, and Optimization, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 52, 2887-2906 (2013).
  11. Vasudevan S. and G.P. Rangaiah, Integrated Framework Incorporating Optimization for Plant-Wide Control of Industrial Processes, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 50, 8122-8137 (2011).
  12. Vasudevan V. and G.P. Rangaiah, Development of Guidelines for Plant-Wide Control of Gas-Phase Industrial Processes from Reactor-Separator-Recycle Results, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 50, 939-952 (2011).
  13. Zhang C., S. Vasudevan and G.P. Rangaiah, Plant-Wide Control System Design and Performance Evaluation for Ammonia Synthesis Process, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 49, 12538-12547 (2010).
  14. Vasudevan S. and G.P. Rangaiah, Criteria for Performance Assessment of Plant-Wide Control Systems, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 49, 9209-9221 (2010).
  15. Atuonwu J.C., Y. Cao, G.P. Rangaiah and M.O. Tade, Identification and Predictive Control of a Multistage Evaporator, Control Engineering Practice, 18, 1418-1428, (2010).
  16. Vasudevan S., N.V.S.N. Murthy Konda and G.P. Rangaiah, Plant-Wide Control: Methodologies and Applications, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, 25, Nos. 5-6 (2009).
  17. Vasudevan S., G.P. Rangaiah, N.V.S.N. Murthy Konda and W.H. Tay, Application and Evaluation of Three Methodologies for Plant-Wide Control of the Styrene Monomer Plant, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 48, 10941-10961 (2009).
  18. Yelneedi S., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, A Comparative Study of Three Advanced Controllers for the Regulation of Hypnosis, Journal of Process Control, 19, 1458-1469 (2009).
  19. Yelneedi S., W.Y. Tian, G.P. Rangaiah and S. Lakshminarayanan, A Comprehensive Evaluation of PID, Cascade, Model Predictive and RTDA Controllers for Regulation of Hynposis, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 48, 5719-5730 (2009).
  20. Yelneedi S., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Advanced Control Strategies for the Regulation of Hypnosis with Propofol, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 48, 3880-3897 (2009).
  21. Chawla I. and G.P. Rangaiah, Evaluation of Control Configurations for a Depropaniser, Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 86, 977-988 (2008).
  22. Vasudevan S., N.V.S.N. Murthy Konda and G.P. Rangaiah, Control Degrees of Freedom Using the Restraining Number: Futher Evaluation, Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 3, 638-647 (2008).
  23. Lin M., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, A Comparative Study of Recent/Popular Tuning Rules for Stable, First Order plus Dead Time, Single-Input Single-Output Processes, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47, 344-368 (2008).
  24. Ramachandran R., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Data Analysis, Modeling and Control Performance of an Industrial Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit, Chemical Engineering Science, 62, p. 1958-1973 (2007).
  25. Konda N.V.S.N.M. and G.P. Rangaiah, Performance Assessment of Plant-wide Control Systems of Industrial Processes, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 46, p. 1220-1231 (2007).
  26. Tan K.B., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Models and Techniques for Blood Pressure Regulation in Post Cardiac Surgery Patients, Journal of Institution of Engineers, Singapore, Volume 46, No. 2 (2006). http://www.ies.org.sg/journal/ce.asp
  27. Lakshminarayanan S., M.W. Hermanto, D.B. Goradia and G.P. Rangaiah, Estimation of Variance Reduction Opportunities Through Cascade Control, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 84(6), p. 704-714 (2006).
  28. Ramprasad Y., G.P. Rangaiah and S Lakshminarayanan, Enhanced IMC for Glucose Control in Type I Diabetics Using a Detailed Physiological Model, Food and Bioproducts Processing, 84 (C3), p. 227-236 (2006).
  29. Murthy Konda N.V.S.N., G.P. Rangaiah and D.K.H. Lim, Optimal Process Design and Effective Plant-Wide Control of Industrial Processes by a Simulation-based Heuristic Approach, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45, p. 5955-5970 (2006).
  30. Murthy Konda N.V.S.N., G.P. Rangaiah and P.R. Krishnaswamy, A Simple and Effective Procedure for Control Degrees of Freedom, Chemical Engineering Science, 61, p. 1184-1194 (2006).
  31. Lee H.W., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Models and Simple Controllers for Blood Pressure Regulation in Post Cardiac Surgery Patients, Journal of Institution of Engineers, Singapore, 45, p. 14-26 (2005). http://www.ies.org.sg/journal/past.asp
  32. Chan K.S., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Tuning PID Controllers for Maximum Stochastic Regulatory Performance: Methods and Experimental Verification, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44, p. 7787-7799 (2005).
  33. Murthy Konda N.V.S.N., G.P. Rangaiah and P.R. Krishnaswamy, Plant-Wide Control of Industrial Processes: An Integrated Framework of Simulation and Heuristics, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44, p. 8300-8313 (2005).
  34. Goradia D.B., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Attainment of PI Achievable Performance for Linear SISO Processes with Dead Time by Iterative Tuning, Can. J. Chemical Engineering, 83, p. 723-736 (2005).
  35. Teo, T M, S Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Performance Assessment of Cascade Control Systems. Journal of Institution of Engineers, 45, p. 27-38 (2005). http://www.ies.org.sg/journal/past.asp
  36. Ramachandran R., S. Lakshminarayanan and G.P. Rangaiah, Process Identification Using Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Step Responses, Journal of Institution of Engineers, 45, p. 1-13 (2005). http://www.ies.org.sg/journal/past.asp
  37. Ramprasad Y., G.P. Rangaiah and S Lakshminarayanan, Robust PID Controller for Blood Glucose Regulation in Type I Diabetics, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 43, p. 8257-8268 (2004).
  38. Elisante E., G.P. Rangaiah and S. Palanki, Robust Controller Synthesis for Multivariable Nonlinear Systems with Unmeasured Disturbances, Chemical Engineering Science, 59, p. 977-986 (2004).
  39. Zhu Y.Q., G.P. Rangaiah and S. Lakshminarayanan, Identification of a Second Order Plus Dead Time and Zero Model for Single-Input Single-Output Processes Using Step Response and Curve Fitting, Journal of Institution of Engineers, 43, p. 14-21 (2003).
  40. Qiu Q.F., G.P. Rangaiah and P.R. Krishnaswamy, Application of a Plant-wide Control Design to the HDA Process, Computers & Chemical Engineering, 27, p. 73-94 (2003).
  41. Toh W.K. and Rangaiah G.P., A Methodology for Autotuning of Multivariable Systems, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 41, 4605-4615 (2002).
  42. Pradeep Kumar V. and Rangaiah G.P., Closed-Loop Process Identification of Unstable and Integrating Processes by Time Domain Curve Fitting, Journal of Institution of Engineers, 42, No. 2, p. 27-35 (2002).
  43. Rangaiah G.P., Saha P. and Tade M.O., Nonlinear Model Predictive Control of an Industrial Four-Stage Evaporator System via Simulation, Chemical Engineering Journal, 87, p. 285-299 (2002).
  44. Kam K.M., Saha P., Tade M.O. and Rangaiah G.P., Models of an Industrial Evaporator System for Education and Research in Process Control, Developments in Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing Journal, 10, p. 105-127 (2002).
  45. Hu Q.P. and Rangaiah G.P., Internal Model Control with Feedback Compensation for Uncertain Nonlinear Systems, International Journal of Control, 74, p. 1456-1466 (2001).
  46. Viswanathan P.K., Toh W.K. and Rangaiah G.P., Closed-loop Identification of TITO Processes Using Time Domain Curve-fitting and Genetic Algorithms, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 40, 2818-2826 (2001).
  47. Kam K.M, Tade M.O., Rangaiah G.P. and Tian Y.C., Strategies for Enhancing Geometric Nonlinear Control of an Industrial Evaporator System, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 40, p. 656-667 (2001).
  48. Hu Q.P., P. Saha and G.P. Rangaiah, Experimental Evaluation of an Augmented IMC for Nonlinear Systems, Control Engineering Practice, 8, p. 1167-1176 (2000).
  49. Viswanathan P.K. and Rangaiah G.P., Process Identification from Closed-Loop Response Using Optimization Methods, Trans IChemE: Part A – Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 78, p. 528-541 (2000).
  50. Hu Q.P. and G.P. Rangaiah, Anti-Windup Schemes for Nonlinear Systems with Modelling Uncertainties, IEE Proc. D – Control Theory and Applications, 147, p. 321-329 (2000).
  51. Hu Q.P. and Rangaiah G.P., A Time Delay Compensation Strategy for Uncertain Single-Input Single-Output Nonlinear Processes, I. & E.C. Research, 38, 4309-4316 (1999).
  52. Saha P., Hu Q.P. and Rangaiah G.P., Multi-Input Multi-Output Control of a Continuous Fermenter Using Nonlinear Model Based Controllers, Bioprocess Engineering, 21, 533-542 (1999).
  53. Hu Q.P. and Rangaiah G.P., Strategies for Enhancing Nonlinear Internal Model Control of pH Processes, J. Chemical Engineering of Japan, 32, 59-68 (1999).
  54. Hu Q.P. and Rangaiah G.P., Adaptive Internal Model Control of Nonlinear Processes, Chemical Engineering Science, 54, 1205-1220 (1999).
  55. Lakshmi Narayanan N.R., Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., Use of Alternate Process Variables for Enhancing pH Control Performance, Chemical Engineering Science, 53, 3041-3049 (1998).
  56. Suganda Panchapakesan, Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., On-Line Process Identification from Closed-Loop Tests under PI Control, Trans IChemE: Part A – Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 76, p. 451-457 (1998).
  57. Lakshmi Narayanan N.R., Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., An Adaptive Internal Model Control Strategy for pH Neutralization, Chemical Engineering Science, 52, 3067-3074 (1997).
  58. Rangaiah G.P. and Krishnaswamy P.R., Estimating Second-Order Dead Time Parameters from Underdamped Process Transients, Chemical Engineering Science, 51, p. 1149-1155 (1996).
  59. Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., Closed-Loop Identification of Second Order Dead Time Process Models, Trans IChemE: Part A – Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 74, p. 30-34 (1996).
  60. Rangaiah G.P. and Krishnaswamy P.R., Effective Implementation of Conservative Model Based Control Algorithm, Chemical Engineering Communications, 128, p. 135-141 (1994).
  61. Rangaiah G.P. and Krishnaswamy P.R., Estimating Second-Order Plus Dead Time Model Parameters, I. E. & C. Research, 33, p. 1867-1871 (1994).
  62. Rangaiah G.P. and Krishnaswamy P.R., Set-point Weighting for Simplified Model Predictive Control, Chemical Engineering Journal, 50, p. 159-163 (1992).
  63. Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., Role of Secondary Integral Action in Cascade Control, Trans IChemE: Part A – Chemical Engineering Research & Design, 70, p. 149-152 (1992),
  64. Krishnaswamy P.R., Sivadas M. and Rangaiah G.P., Simplified Model Predictive Control, Chemical Engineering Communications, 103, p. 181-202 (1991).
  65. Krishnaswamy P.R., Rangaiah G.P., Jha R.K. and Deshpande P.B., When to Use Cascade Control, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 29, p. 2163-2166 (1990).
  66. Kew J.W., Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., An Efficient Implementation of Simplified Model Predictive Control, AIChE Journal, 36, p. 1115-1117 (1990).
  67. Krishnaswamy P.R. and Rangaiah G.P., Design of Cascade Control Systems, IES Journal, 28, no. 3, p. 35-40 (1988).
  68. Krishnaswamy P.R., Mary Chan B.E. and Rangaiah G.P., Closed-loop Tuning of Process Control Systems, Chemical Engineering Science, 42, p. 2173-2182 (1987).