A generic framework for systematic design of a process monitoring and control system for crystallization processes has been developed in order to obtain the desired end-product properties notably the crystal size distribution (CSD). The design framework contains a generic crystallizer modelling tool-box, a tool for design of operational policies as well as a tool for design of process monitoring and control systems. Through this framework, it is possible for a wide range of crystallization processes to generate the necessary problem-system specific model, the necessary operational policy and a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) system design including implementation of monitoring tools and control strategies in order to produce a desired product with its corresponding target properties. Application of the framework is highlighted through a case study involving the system potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KDP), for which the targeted CSD is defined and achieved in one- and two-dimensional schemes.
|Titel||22nd European symposium on computer aided process engineering|
|Redaktører||Ian David Lockhart, Michael Fairweather|
|Status||Udgivet - 2012|
|Navn||Computer-aided chemical engineering|