Tag Archive: “process control”

Sep
02

Boot Camp for New Employees

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In 2012 Emerson Process Management established a boot camp for new employees. In the boot camp I teach the classes on process control. The presentation I use in boot camp is based on material and process examples from our book Control Loop Foundation – Batch and Continuous Processes. The students in the boot camp use …

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Dec
17

Future Technology Trends

Karl Astrom

Professor Åström is well known throughout the world for his work in process control. The book he co-authored with Tore Hägglund, Advanced PID Control, is one of the most comprehensive texts on this topic. In the early 1990’s Professor Åström was a consultant to the Emerson team that did the basic research for the development …

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Sep
17

Control Loop Foundation Class – Nov 5-9

9025 Class

I worked closely with Emerson’s education department to establish the class Control Loop Foundation (9025). This 4 ½ day class is intended primarily for people who are new to the process industry and process control. Approximately 30% of the class is dedicated to workshops in which the students get hands on experience working with the …

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Jul
30

Boot Camp for New Employees

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Courses required for an engineering degree are designed to provide the student with a sound technical foundation for work in industry. However, in most cases these courses do not address the terminology and common practices that an engineer must know to design, implement, checkout and commission a process control system. Universities can help bridge this …

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