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MULTI-OBJECTIVE DESIGN AND CONTROL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PROCESSES.

Author(s) : GRUHN G.

Summary

MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION IS A NEW POSSIBILITY OF SOLVING PROBLEMS LINKED WITH DESIGN AND PROCESS CONTROL. THE BASIC IDEA IS DETERMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CRITERIA AND OBJECTIVES OF SOLUTIONS (ENERGY CONSUMPTION, QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF EXTRACTED COMPOUND FRACTIONS) AND THUS DEDUCE DECISIONS FOR DESIGN AND CONTROL. THE REPORT SUGGESTS OPTIMIZATION PROCEDURES (COMPROMISE). FOR THE SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS A SOFTWARE SYSTE E THE STUDY COVERS GAS LIQUEFACTION AND SEPARATION PROCESSES AT VERY LOW TEMPERATURES.

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  • Original title: MULTI-OBJECTIVE DESIGN AND CONTROL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PROCESSES.
  • Record ID : 1988-0878
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Development in refrigeration, refrigeration for development. Proceedings of the XVIIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1987/08/24
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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