By William Y. Svrcek, Donald P. Mahoney, Brent R. Young
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However, conditions at design flow can also be incorporated and helpful.
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However, if there is only one load variable, it is often possible to determine the best shape of the valve’s inherent characteristic by the use of process dynamics. Valve Selection Based on Process Dynamics Gain is defined as the change in output divided by the change in input. Each component in the control loop has a gain term associated with it. The control valve has a very clearly defined gain term that depends on valve type, size, pressure drop and so on. The process gain term depends upon the process response to a change in input and the various load disturbances imposed upon it.
A Real-Time Approach to Process Control, 3rd Edition by William Y. Svrcek, Donald P. Mahoney, Brent R. Young