Control engineering and optimization

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Catch the opportunity to acquire knowledge in Control Engineering and Optimization!
This is a two-day course for development-, production-, or process engineers.

During the course you will gain:

  •  ability to analyze and simulate various process engineering control problems,
  •  knowledge of different optimization methods,
  •  insight into the use of optimization tools for process automation.

 

Target group 

Development-, production-, or process engineers.

Total scope 
2 days
No. of seats 
20
Course language 
English
Location 
Göteborg
Contact 

Content
The course provides a short repetition in control engineering. It also aims at expanding previous knowledge as well as providing knowledge in optimal control. In conjunction with the exercises, you can apply the knowledge by solving process engineering problems and optimization problems.  

Program
The lectures (L) are mixed with supervised computer exercises (E) where participants gain experience in optimizing chemical engineering processes. Day 1 ends with a social activity with the purpose of widening the professional network. 

Lecturers
Professor Torsten Wik
Associate Professor Sébastien Gros

Day 1

09.00 - 10.30 Dynamic/static systems, (L).

10.30 - 12.00 Models of dynamic systems, feedback, cascade regulation. (L)

12.00 - 13.00 Lunch

13.00 -15.00 Dynamic systems, PID controllers (E)

15.00 -17.00 Multi-variable systems, observer (E)

18.00 - 20.00 Social activity/Dinner.

Day 2

09.00 - 10.30 Model predictive control, Economic MPC, (L).

10.30-12.00  Optimal control, (L).

12.00-13.00  Lunch.

13.00-14.00 Introduction to software (L) , (CasADi & Python).

14.00-16.00  Computer exercise (E).

16.00-17.00  Discussion.

The course is given in English. General questions about the course can be directed to Anette Winter, anette.winter@chalmers.se.
Questions about the technical content can be addressed to Prof. Torsten Wik, torsten.wik@chalmers.se

Cancellation policy: 

This is just a declaration of interest, not a firm application.