CHE657: Process Analysis and Modeling II

Academic Year 2019 - Semester II

Instructor: Dr. Hong-ming Ku

Teaching Assistant: Ittisak (Hui)

The course is divided into 2 parts:

1. Fundamentals of optimization

2. Design projects

                        The CHE657 course syllabus here.

                        The optimization textbook by Edgar and Himmelblau

                        The six CHE657 design teams and their student members here

                        The common problem statement of the six design projects

 

                        The Booklet on Design Project Report Writing

Homework Assignments and Their Due Dates

                        The Exercise Problems here.

 

   There is a total of 5 homework sets assigned, each worth 100 points:

                        Homework Set 1 (due - ??): #1, #2, #3, #7, #8. #9, and #14             

                        Homework Set 2 (due - ??): #15, #17, #18, and #21 (a), (b), (d), (e), (j), (l)      

                        Homework Set 3 (due - ??): #23, #25, #28, #30, and #32                    

                        Homework Set 4 (due - ??): #37, #39, #41, #42, and #44         

                        Homework Set 5 (due - ??): #46, #49, #51, #55, #59, and #66           

Timetable of Oral Presentations

Proposal Presentations – Thursday February 20, 9:00 am
Progress I Presentations - Thursday March 5, 9:00 am
Progress II Presentations – Thursday March 19, 9:00 am
Final Presentations – Thursday April 2, 9:00 am (to be confirmed)

References & Papers of the 6 Design Projects (Downloadable)

Common Problem Statement: Using Metaheuristic Algorithms to Solve Complex  Chemical Engineering Optimization Problems

Project 1: Genetic Algorithm (GA) - Reference

Project 2: Tabu Search (TS) - Reference

Project 3: Simulated Annealing (SA) - Reference

Project 4: Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) - Reference 1 and Reference 2

Project 5: Teaching-Learning-Based Optimization (TLBO) - Reference

Project 6: Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) - Reference 1 and Reference 2

Other References:

1. A Brief Review of Nature-Inspired Algorithms for Optimization by Fister Jr. et. al.

2. Advanced Optimization by Nature-Inspired Algorithms, Edited by Omid Bozorg-Haddad

3. Handbook of Metaheuristics by Gendreau & Potvin

4. Handbook of Metaheuristics by Glover & Kochenberger

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