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001 - Overview
002 - Guide and Key to symbols
003 - R10X
004 - CR101
005 - EM01
006 - RP
007 - up Recipe 1
008 - ph R10x Initial
009 - ph R10x Fill
010 - ph R10x Heat
011 - ph R10x Cure
012 - ph R10x Dump
013 - UC102
014 - UC003
015 - UC104
016 - C104
017 - RP_C
018 - Continuous Unit Procedure
019 - ph Run Evap
020 - ph Fill Evap
021 - UC111
022 - UC110
023 - UC102 (Column)
024 - UC104 (Column)
025 - On Off Valve
026 - Fixed Speed Motor
027 - Variable Speed motor
028 - Standard PID Loop
029 - Control Valve
030 - Analog Input from Transmitter
031 - Flow Transmitter
032 - Alarm Switch Input
033 - Complete Graphic
034 - R10x Interlock matrix
035 - Database
036 - Interlock Matrix
037 - Sequence Matrix equivalences
038 - Example 1 Sequence Matrices
039 - I/O Interface Data - IO Class

16 - C104


Standard PID Loop Standard PID Loop Standard PID Loop Standard PID Loop Flow Transmitter Control Valve Fixed Speed Motor Control Valve Fixed Speed Motor Control Valve Analog Input from Transmitter Standard PID Loop Flow Transmitter Control Valve Analog Input from Transmitter UC104 (Column) UC110 Fixed Speed Motor Standard PID Loop Control Valve Analog Input from Transmitter Control Valve Standard PID Loop Analog Input from Transmitter UC102 (Column) Analog Input from Transmitter Control Valve Alarm Switch Input Analog Input from Transmitter Analog Input from Transmitter UC111 ph R10x Initial ph Fill Evap ph Run Evap Continuous Unit Procedure

The following distillation example illustrates the application of this methodology to a continuous process.
The P&ID for this example is shown in Figure 14. The distillation column feed comes from Tank T-101 through an economizer. The reflux is on flow control and the reflux drum level controls the distillate flow. The distillation column pressure is controlled by a vacuum pump. Obviously, many other control schemes are possible and necessary for specific processes. This scheme was chosen only to provide information for this example. Only basic interlocks are shown here. Additional instrumentation and interlocks would be necessary to provide the level of personnel and process safety required by most processes today.


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