Development of an open experimentation tool based on JavaScript for the control of a four‐tank plant

Development of an open experimentation tool based on JavaScript for the control of a four‐tank... INTRODUCTIONMost part of processes within chemical engineering should satisfy strict conditions of temperature, humidity, etc. Therefore, different control strategies are implemented in order to guarantee that these conditions are satisfied. For this reason, control education is a cornerstone for the students of chemical engineering degree.Although a theoretical development is necessary from both researchers and students points of view, it is also true that real experimentation provides information that sustains the theoretical knowledge and supplies the required training to the student in order to apply their knowledge in any engineering field .Nevertheless, real experimentation frequently deals with two big problems: the high cost that represents to have real plants available for experimentation and, the distance that the students can perceive from the theoretical knowledge to its practical use. The previously mentioned issues are being extensively analysed, and thus, it is possible to find in literature different papers related to this topic. One of the widespread solutions used to solve these problems is the development of virtual and remote laboratories. For instance, in a review about the main issues involved with virtual and remote laboratories which can be accessed via Internet is performed. In , a discussion about the experience obtained http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computer Applications in Engineering Education Wiley

Development of an open experimentation tool based on JavaScript for the control of a four‐tank plant

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© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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1061-3773
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1099-0542
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10.1002/cae.21879
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INTRODUCTIONMost part of processes within chemical engineering should satisfy strict conditions of temperature, humidity, etc. Therefore, different control strategies are implemented in order to guarantee that these conditions are satisfied. For this reason, control education is a cornerstone for the students of chemical engineering degree.Although a theoretical development is necessary from both researchers and students points of view, it is also true that real experimentation provides information that sustains the theoretical knowledge and supplies the required training to the student in order to apply their knowledge in any engineering field .Nevertheless, real experimentation frequently deals with two big problems: the high cost that represents to have real plants available for experimentation and, the distance that the students can perceive from the theoretical knowledge to its practical use. The previously mentioned issues are being extensively analysed, and thus, it is possible to find in literature different papers related to this topic. One of the widespread solutions used to solve these problems is the development of virtual and remote laboratories. For instance, in a review about the main issues involved with virtual and remote laboratories which can be accessed via Internet is performed. In , a discussion about the experience obtained

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Computer Applications in Engineering EducationWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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