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Number of hours
Lectures : 3.0
Tutorials : 0
Laboratory works : 0
Projects : 16.0
Internship : 0
Written tests : 2.0
ECTS : 20.0
Learning outcomes :
To propose specifications for the instrumentation of a wastewater treatment plant based on the choice of sensors, control methods and process supervision
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This course deals with how a treatment plant can be fully controlled, from sensors to supervision and man-machine interface. By writing specifications, students learn how to express and organise their needs in control field.
A first course presents why treatment plant must be controlled to ensure their efficiency. Then students visit a completely automated wastewater treatment plant. A brainstorming leads to understand how specifications for automation should be organised. Then students write complete specifications for automation of a wastewater treatment plant.
Basic knowledge in automatic control : functional scheme, transfer function, state model, dynamic analysis, closed loop control, controllability and observability.