Model to Predict a Split Range Control of Hot and Cold Water System

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 32-42
By

    Ukpaka Chukwuemeka Peter

  1. Orie Kenneth Eze

  2. Dike Blessing

  1. Professor, Department of Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering, Rivers State University Port Harcourt, PMB 5080, Rivers State, Nigeria
  2. Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering, Rivers State University Port Harcourt, PMB 5080, Rivers State, Nigeria
  3. Lecturer, Department of Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering, Rivers State University Port Harcourt, PMB 5080, Rivers State, Nigeria

Abstract

Mathematical model was developed to monitor, predict, and stimulate hot and cold water system using split range control application. Computer program language of MATLAB software of ODE function was applied to monitor the trend of temperature parameter in the system. Result obtained revealed decrease in temperature value of the hot water and increase in the temperature value of cold water until equilibrium was attained at 132°F at > 1.0 h. A constant in the degree of temperature of the cold water was obtained at 135°F as well as for hot water is 53°F. The research work demonstrates the application of split range control in monitoring, predicting and simulating the hot to cold water system.

Keywords: Model, predict, split range, control, hot, cold water system

[This article belongs to Journal of Water Pollution & Purification Research(jowppr)]

How to cite this article: Ukpaka Chukwuemeka Peter, Orie Kenneth Eze, Dike Blessing Model to Predict a Split Range Control of Hot and Cold Water System jowppr 2021; 8:32-42
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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 1
Received February 26, 2021
Accepted April 14, 2021
Published May 21, 2021