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Integrated Process Design and Operational Optimization via Multiparametric Programming

 

Authors: Baris Burnak, Nikolaos A Diangelakis, Efstratios N Pistikopoulos

 

Publication date: 2020/9/4

Synthesis Lectures on Engineering, Science, and Technology, Morgan & Claypool Publishers

 

Description

This book presents a comprehensive optimization-based theory and framework that exploits the synergistic interactions and tradeoffs between process design and operational decisions that span different time scales. Conventional methods in the process industry often isolate decision making mechanisms with a hierarchical information flow to achieve tractable problems, risking suboptimal, even infeasible operations. In this book, foundations of a systematic model-based strategy for simultaneous process design, scheduling, and control optimization is detailed to achieve reduced cost and improved energy consumption in process systems. The material covered in this book is well suited for the use of industrial practitioners, academics, and researchers.

In Chapter 1, a historical perspective on the milestones in model-based design optimization techniques is presented along with an overview of the state-of-the-art …

 

Integrated Process Design and Operational Optimization via Multiparametric Programming

B Burnak, NA Diangelakis, EN Pistikopoulos - Synthesis Lectures on Engineering, Science, and …, 2020

 

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