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Briefly about Myself (Sigurd Skogestad) PROST Department of Chemical Enginering My group and research Sigurd Skogestad Born in 1955 1978: Siv.ing. Degree (MS) in Chemical Engineering from NTNU (NTH) 1980-83: Process modeling group at the Norsk Hydro Researcg Center in Porsgrunn

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briefly about
Briefly about
  • Myself (Sigurd Skogestad)
  • PROST
  • Department of Chemical Enginering
  • My group and research
sigurd skogestad
Sigurd Skogestad
  • Born in 1955
  • 1978: Siv.ing. Degree (MS) in Chemical Engineering from NTNU (NTH)
  • 1980-83: Process modeling group at the Norsk Hydro Researcg Center in Porsgrunn
  • 1983-87: Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering at Caltech, Pasadena, USA. Thesis on “Robust distillation control”. Supervisor: Manfred Morari
  • 1987 - ∞: Professor in Chemical Engineering at NTNU
  • Since 1994: Head of PROST
  • Since 1999: Head of Department of Chemical Engineering
  • 1996: Book “Multivariable feedback control” (Wiley)
  • 2000,2003: Book “Prosessteknikk” (Tapir)
  • Interests: Outdoor activities, orienteering, handball coaching, hunting (very recently), skiing, rock music (listening)
prost
PROST
  • Process-systemteknikk
  • Process systems engineering Trondheim
  • Appointed in 1994 as a “Strong Point Center at NTNU and SINTEF”
    • 5 years with 1 million NOK in annual suppurt from NTNU and SINTEF
    • Originally: Cooperation between process systems groups at Chemical Engineering (Skogestad, Hertzberg, Lien) and Engineering Cybernetics (Foss) + associated SINTEF groups
    • Later extended to mechanical engineering (Asbjørnsen, Gundersen)
  • One of the largest process systems groups in Europe. 40-50 people.
    • Industry seminars, internal seminars
    • Ph.D. and postdoc support
    • Internal email newsletters (mostly from Sigurd)
prost s main research areas are
PROST\'s main research areas are:
  • Process modelling
  • Process simulation and optimization, both static and dynamic
  • Process control
  • Process synthesis
  • Process operations
present prost members
Present PROST members

NTNU groups

  • Chemical Engineering ( Haug-Warberg, Hertzberg, Lien, Preisig, Skogestad)
  • Engineering Cybernetics (EE) (Foss, Hovd) [ Process Cybernetics group ]
  • Thermal Energy and Hydropower (ME) ( Gundersen)

and in addition the two associated SINTEF groups

  • SINTEF Chemical Engineering
  • SINTEF Automatic Control.
prost industrial members
PROST industrial members
  • Present PROST industrial member companies (as of June 2000):
  • ABB
    • Contact: Morten Dalsmo, ABB Industri, ABB Industri AS, Postboks 6540 Rodeløkka, 0501 OSLO
    • Annual support: NOK 90000
  • Borealis
    • Contact: Kristian Helland, Borealis, Rønnigen, 3960 Stathelle
    • Annual support: NOK 50000
  • Energos
    • Contact: Kristian Lien, Energos asa, Vestre Rosten 81, 7075 Tiller,
    • Annual support: NOK 30000
  • Norsk Hydro
    • Contact: Knut Wiig Mathisen, Norsk Hydro Research Centre, 3901 Porsgrunn
    • Annual support: NOK 90000
  • Amersham Health
    • Contact: Joachim Schmidt, Lindesnes Fabrikker, 4510 Spangereid,
    • Annual support: NOK 30000
  • Statoil
    • Contact: Jan Richard Sagli, Statoil Research Centre, 7005 Trondheim
    • Annual support: NOK 90000
  • Cybernetica
    • Contact: Peter Singstad, Cybernetica, Leirfossvegen 27, 7038 Trondheim
    • Annual support: NOK 10000
  • Scandpower
    • Contact: Kjetil Havre, Scandpower, P.O. Box 3, Gasevikvn. 2, N-2027 Kjeller
    • Annual support: NOK 10000
  • Fantoft Process Technology
    • Contact: David Cameron, Fantoft Prosess, Postboks 306,N-1301 Sandvika
    • Annual support: NOK 10000
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prostwwwBy Thread

Most recent messages21 messages sorted by:[ author ][ date ][ subject ]

  • prostwww
  • Nordic Process Control Workshop 9-11. Jan. 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Mon Jan 06 2003 - 14:04:52 MET)
  • New people starting at Chemical engineering from January 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Mon Jan 06 2003 - 14:52:02 MET)
  • Rapport fra CDC-konferansen 10-13. des. 2002Sigurd Skogestad (Tue Jan 07 2003 - 11:58:33 MET)
  • Påminnelse: CAPE-FORUM 21-23 Feb. 2003 ( Toulouse, FRANCE)Sigurd Skogestad (Wed Jan 15 2003 - 14:11:31 MET)
  • Referat fra INCOOP workshop 23-24 Jan 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Mon Jan 27 2003 - 17:57:13 MET)
  • FOCAPO-2003 (Coral Springs, Florida)Sigurd Skogestad (Tue Feb 11 2003 - 13:43:54 MET)
  • Fwd: CAST: AIChE 2003 San Francisco, 4/21 PTP deadlineSigurd Skogestad (Sat Feb 15 2003 - 09:40:43 MET)
  • Fwd: CAST: AIChE 2003 San Francisco - mer infoSigurd Skogestad (Sat Feb 15 2003 - 09:44:06 MET)
  • CAST og CACHESigurd Skogestad (Wed Feb 26 2003 - 09:15:08 MET)
  • AIChE 2003 Spring National Meeting og Borealis MPC-bidragSigurd Skogestad (Fri Feb 28 2003 - 09:41:07 MET)
  • Report from CAPE Forum i Toulouse 21-22 Feb. 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Wed Mar 05 2003 - 13:37:57 MET)
  • Seminar "Optimal utnyttelse av naturgass" 23. april 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Thu Mar 06 2003 - 14:37:20 MET)
  • Report from Modeling and simulation seminar in Stuttgart, Feb 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Fri Mar 07 2003 - 11:42:37 MET)
  • Rapport fra AIChE Spring Meeting, New Orleans, April 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Wed Apr 09 2003 - 08:52:06 MET DST)
  • Stipendiatstillinger hydrogenteknologi ( søknadsfrist 23.05)Sigurd Skogestad (Wed Apr 30 2003 - 12:42:35 MET DST)
  • Guest lecture by Y. Zhu on MPC identification (Thu 05 June, 1415-1515, B343)Sigurd Skogestad (Tue May 27 2003 - 13:58:07 MET DST)
  • Gjesteforelesning nr.2 - Minicourse semidefinite programming (Fre 06 Jun 1415, B343)by way of Sigurd Skogestad (Tue May 27 2003 - 14:05:11 MET DST)
  • Til Prost industrikontakterSigurd Skogestad (Mon Jun 09 2003 - 15:13:39 MET DST)
  • Rapport fra ESCAPE\'14 i Finland, 1-4 juni 2004Sigurd Skogestad (Tue Jun 17 2003 - 15:55:14 MET DST)
  • Rapport fra Multiphase\'03, San Remo, 11-13 juni 2003Sigurd Skogestad (Thu Jun 19 2003 - 16:27:04 MET DST)
  • Referat ECOS2003, Copenhagen June 30-July 2, 2003by way of Sigurd Skogestad (Thu Jul 10 2003 - 13:12:15 MET DST)
  • Last message date:Thu Jul 10 2003 - 13:12:20 MET DST
slide9

Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU

  • 20 full-time academic staff
  • 60 Ph.D. students
  • 70 Master students annually
slide10

Research and faculty

  • There are six main research areas in the department:
    • Polymer and colloid chemistry
    • Catalysis and petrochemistry
    • Process systems engineering (Skogestad, Preisig)
    • Reactor technology and CFD (Svendsen)
    • Separation technology
    • Pulp and paper technology

Ugelstad particles

process control group at department of chemical engineering
Process control groupat Department of Chemical Engineering

Professor Sigurd Skogestad

  • Marius Govatsmark
  • Audun Faanes
  • Hilde Engelien
  • Stathis Skouras
  • Espen Storkaas
  • Vidar Alstad
  • Federico Zenith
  • Heidi Sivertsen
  • Antonio Brandao
  • Elvira Aske
  • Jens Strandberg
  • Jørgen B. Jensen
  • Eduardo Hori (visiting Ph.D. student from Brasil)
research develop simple yet rigorous methods to solve problems of engineering significance
Research: Develop simple yet rigorous methods to solve problems of engineering significance.
  • Use of feedback as a tool to
    • reduce uncertainty (including robust control),
    • change the system dynamics (including stabilization),
    • generally make the system more well-behaved (including self-optimizing control).
  • limitations on performance in linear systems,
  • control structure design and plantwide control,
  • interactions between process design and control,
  • distillation column design, control and dynamics.
  • Natural gas processes
optimal operation in practice
Optimal operation in practice:
  • "The goal is to find a self-optimizing control structure where acceptable operation under all conditions is achieved with constant setpoints for the controlled variables."
self optimizing control illustrating example
Self-optimizing Control – Illustrating Example
  • Optimal operation of Marathon runner, J=T
    • Any self-optimizing variable c (to control at constant setpoint)?
      • c1 = distance to leader of race
      • c2 = speed
      • c3 = heart rate
      • c4 = level of lactate in muscles
group work
Group work
  • Main objective: Suggest collaborative research project(s) for the “new” Ph.D. students in your group. Should be possible to include in Ph.D. thesis.
  • Topic should be such that a paper can be finished within 5 months (Feb. 2003)
  • For each project make a transparency with:

Title: ……………………..

Suggest names or desired background (at least two people from different groups) (e.g., Elvira Aske + one from Bolland’s group)

Short abstract:………..

  • Extra task (one transparency each):

Ideas for seminars, social events, etc. for the Natural Gas Systems Group

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