Tag Archive: continuous

Jan
07

The Semantic Web – Control Loop Foundation

The Semantic Web Control Loop Foundation

When Mark Nixon and I wrote Control Loop Foundation – Batch and Continuous Processes we also worked with Paul Muston and Deb Franke to create a web site that goes with the book. Anyone may go to this web site to perform the 19 workshops that are included in the book. When you select a …

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Oct
22

Continuous Data Analytics – Impact of Transport Delay

Continuous Digester

When developing a PLS models for quality parameter prediction, the deviation of measurement values from their mean must be shifted in time to account for the time required for a change in the input to impact the quality parameter. Similarly, these delays should be taken into account in the processing of the deviation values used …

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Sep
24

Continuous Data Analytics

ContinuousDataAnalyticsFieldtrailProcess

One of the areas addressed by the DeltaV future architecture team over the last two years has been the research and development of on-line continuous data analytics for fault detection quality parameter prediction. This year a prototype of this capability is being tested at two plants in Texas and one plant in Canada. Lubrizol, Deer …

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Nov
28

Improving Continuous Process Operation Using Data Analytics

Improving Continuous Process Operation Using Data Analytics

At Emerson Exchange, 2011, I had the pleasure of working with Frank Seibert, Technical Manager and Eric Chen, Associate Researcher, Pickle Research Center, University of Texas at Austin SRP and John Caldwell, Advanced Control Marketing Manage, and Willy Wojsznis, Senior Technologist, Emerson Process Management, to host a workshop that addresses how data analytics may be …

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Nov
11

Control Loop Foundation Overview

In a previous blog posting I provided some information about the book Control Loop Foundation co-authored by me and Mark Nixon This ISA publication became available for sale a week before Emerson Exchange 2010. To help promote the book, Mark and I put together an overview of Control Loop Foundation that we presented as a …

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