Tag Archive: DeltaV

Aug
11

Retirement, Fond Memories

I am retiring from Emerson later this month. It has been a real pleasure working at Emerson and to share with subscribers of this blog some of my work on control and simulation. I greatly appreciate the many opportunities I had to help shape the control capability in DeltaV, to lead the function block application …

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Feb
23

Exploring Dubai

When I traveled to Dubai in November, 2014 to teach the Control Loop Foundation classes (see Februry 16th, 2015 post) it was my first time to visit Dubai. To say the least, I was quite impressed by the city layout, planning and quality of construction. It is by far the most modern city I have …

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Feb
16

Control Classes – Dubai

Emerson Employees that Attended the Dubai Training Class

In late November, 2014 I traveled to Dubai to teach the Control Loop Foundation class. This class is based on the book Control Loop Foundation – Batch and Continuous Processes and is a standard class offered by Emerson’s education department. In this class the students used the book’s web site to perform the workshops that …

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Dec
29

Expanding the Use of DeltaV Advanced Control

At Emerson Exchange, 2014, I hosted a Meet the Expert Session on Expanding the Use of DeltaV Advanced Control. The panelists in this session were:  Willy Wojsznis , Emerson Process Management Louis Heavner , Emerson Process Management Terry Blevins – Principal Technologist, Emerson Process Management Terry Chmelyk , Spartan Controls Christopher McNabb – Senior Engineering …

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Apr
28

Providing 24VDC to Field Devices

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Some field devices such as an inductive proximity switch may be designed as three wire devices that require a 24VDC source of power. In such cases it is possible to tap into the 24 volt bulk power supply in the rack room and run twisted pair to the device. However, to protect against a short …

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Dec
05

Commissioning Highly Interactive Process

Commissioning Highly Interactive Process

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 …

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Nov
21

Does Anyone Share?

Does Anyone Share_Online Tools for DeltaV System Users

At Emerson Exchange, 2011, I had the pleasure of working with Jay Colclazier, Senior Automation Engineer, CHS Refinery, and Joanne Salazar, Global Marketing Communications Manager, Emerson Process Management, to host a workshop that addresses Online Tools for DeltaV Systems Users. This workshop provides an overview of online tools that Emerson provides to help users collaborate …

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Nov
01

CHARMED Upgrading UT Pickle Separations to DeltaV v11

The University of Texas Pickle Research Campus located in Austin, Texas is home to a unique experimental facility that is used to improve energy efficiency of fluid mixture separation processes and optimize the capital utilization of existing plants. The semi-works scale equipment is not only unique in size but also in the level of highly …

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