Simulation and digital twin technology has a wide variety of uses that plants can leverage for faster projects and better operations. Recently, Chemical Processing magazine took a deeper dive into those uses, interviewing industry experts such as Emerson’s own Dustin...
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Navigate Uncharted Territory with Industrial Software
The hydrocarbon industry is rapidly evolving, adapting to support new product demand, increased focus on sustainability, and an increasing need for flexibility. As a result, hydrocarbon process manufacturers have needed to dramatically change the toolbox they employ...
Flare Control Strategies for Regulatory Compliance
Emerson’s Dustin Beebe presented EPA Compliance for Flare Control at the 2021 4C Health, Safety & Environmental conference in Austin, Texas.
INVISTA Improves Uptime with State Based Control
Operators are the heart of any process. Experience, skill, and attentiveness give the best operators an intuitive feel for processes that helps ensure uptime, safety, repeatability, and quality—even in the most infrequent process situations. But with a major shortage...
Automating Procedures in Ethylene Furnaces can bring Huge Benefits
There are many examples in plants where operators need to follow a particular procedure to safely transition the plant to a new condition. In an ethylene plant, furnace startup, decoke and shutdown operations are classic examples where following strict operating...
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