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A Study of Mixed Refrigerant Process Control in Liquefied Natural Gas Process using Dynamic Simulation
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 Title & Authors
A Study of Mixed Refrigerant Process Control in Liquefied Natural Gas Process using Dynamic Simulation
Lee, Jae Yong; Park, Chan-Cook;
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 Abstract
Today the most efficient way to transport the natural gas is carried via the liquid. In order to liquefy the natural gas to be cooled to or less. Cooling method has a number of different ways. In this paper, we studied control method for the representative liquefaction process, C3MR. Natural gas liquefaction control is a tool that can maintain the quality of natural gas is a means to ensure stable operation. Analyzing the C3MR process, and select the control parameters for the control valve. We find control structure for mixed refrigerant cycle through the step response. A control result obtained through the dynamic simulation arbitrarily given a disturbance was found to maintain a steady-state results.
 Keywords
C3MR;process control;dynamic simulation;liquefied natural gas;
 Language
Korean
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