This book describes thermal plant simulation, that is, dynamic simulation of plants which produce, exchange and otherwise utilize heat as their working medium. Directed at chemical, mechanical and control engineers involved with operations, control and optimization and operator training, the book gives the mathematical formulation and use of simulation models of the equipment and systems typically found in these industries. The author has adopted a fundamental approach to the subject. The initial chapters provide an overview of simulation concepts and describe a suitable computer environment. Reviews of relevant numerical computation methods and fundamental thermodynamics are followed by a detailed examination of the basic conservation equations. The bulk of the book is concerned with development of specific simulation models. Care is taken to trace each model derivation path from the basic underlying physical equations, explaining simplifying and restrictive assumptions as they arise and relating the model coefficients to the physical dimensions and physical properties of the working materials. Numerous photographs of real equipment complement the text and most models are illustrated by numerical examples based on typical real plant operations.L. Fox and D.F. Mayers Computing Methods for Scientists and Engineers, Monographs on Numerical Analysis, Oxford University Press, Reprint, 1977 4. A. Quarteroni, R. Sacco, F. Saleri Numerical Mathematics, 2nd Edition, Springer Texts in Applied Mathematics No. ... McGraw-Hill Fan Engineering, Buffalo Forge Company, Buffalo, NY, USA, 1961 B. Eck Ventilatoren, 5th Edition, Springer Verlag Berlinanbsp;...

Title | : | Computer Simulation of Thermal Plant Operations |

Author | : | Peter O'Kelly |

Publisher | : | Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-27 |

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