|Title:||A proposal for charting the undergraduate process control course for the 21st century||Authors:||Lee J.-Y.
|Keywords:||Process control (PC);Process systems engineering (PSE);Proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller;Simulink;Undergraduate education||Issue Date:||2017||Journal Volume:||73||Start page/Pages:||154-165||Source:||Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers||Abstract:||
Chemical engineering has been one of the leading industries since the Industrial Revolution; however, in the green age, chemical engineering is deemed a major culprit of the environmental problems. To deal with the challenges facing the industry, the related departments in higher education systems should contemplate adapting to the trend and providing a series of courses that meet the needs of the new era. The same is true for process systems engineering (PSE). This paper aims to point out a clear direction for future development of the core courses in PSE education, especially process control (PC), hoping the PSE to gain fresh momentum to play a key role in leading the industry and improving the welfare of human beings. ? 2016 Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers
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