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An approach to noise measurement in chemical processes: use of discrete equivalents

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This paper concerns a theoretical analysis and a case-study about noise in chemical processes using discrete equivalents. Many studies include a zero process noise input in a plant model or Gaussian noise only. Here, the Rwpsd and Rvpsd that represent a physical process are obtained, and it is confirmed that pure white noise does not exist in nature. The process noise magnitude Rw and the measurement noise magnitude Rv are calculated for discrete equivalents choosing a bioreactor as a model. Finally, an algorithm for the measurement noise is presented.

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2016-12-08

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