At Emerson Exchange, 2011, I had the pleasure of working with Eric Chen, Research Associate, Pickle Research Center, University of Texas at Austin SRP and Willy Wojsznis, Senior Technologist, Emerson Process Management, to host a workshop that addresses commissioning of a skid process that is characterized by a high degree of process interaction.
The size of the process equipment used in a pilot plant often dictates little storage for buffering of interaction between process units. In the workshop we discuss a skid mounted high temperature CO2 recovery process with a high degree of process interaction. An effective tuning approach provided high performance control. Also, information is provided on a dynamic process simulation that in the future will be used to exploring various control strategies.
If you are interested in learning more about these topics, then the viewer below may be used to access the workshop presentation given on Wednesday, October 25. This presentation is around 40 minutes in length.
Also, the viewer controls may be used to download the power point file used in this presentation.