Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2019
Volume: 14
Issue: 19
Page No. 7059 - 7063

Model and Simulation of Crude Oil Preheating Furnace

Authors : Angelica Orjuela, Juan Useche and Dario Amaya

Abstract: An oven is a element that performs a heat transfer of a product (fuel) to another (load). The heat source is the energy released by the controlled combustion of a fuel the combustion products are in gaseous phase they are therefore, called flue gases. In the furnace, it called a coil step is a fixed flow circuit pipe through which the process fluid passes and is heated. Recognizing the importance of the industry in oil refining pattern recognition furnace which is directly involved in the preparation of the oil extracted for the start of the distillation process is necessary. In this working model, simulation and control of an industrial furnace typically used for heating oil, taking into account balances and thermodynamic relationships occurs. The most important result, estimation of functional variables and transfer function corresponding to the dynamics of the oven, the design of PID controller for temperature and system simulation Lao open and closed loop is performed.

How to cite this article:

Angelica Orjuela, Juan Useche and Dario Amaya, 2019. Model and Simulation of Crude Oil Preheating Furnace. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14: 7059-7063.

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