Posts Tagged ‘batch cycle time’

Ace Up My Sleeve-Counting the Seconds and the Workings` of a Chaotic Mind

Posted in Control & Safety Systems, Services, Consulting & Training on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012. No comments yet
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Can saving seconds add up? Emerson’s Anand Iyer provides his unique perspectives on batch processes and accumulated timesavings. We were in a car, driving after work, discussing different things, that two engineers (one from Sales and one from Technology) can discuss after a late evening at a clients site. There had been a bus drive […]

Capacity Improvement is Major Batch Optimization Objective

Posted in Services, Consulting & Training on Wednesday, March 30th, 2011. No comments yet
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In the process optimization blog category, most posts highlight ways to optimize continuous processes. Many of these processes are energy intensive and energy efficiency is often the objective of optimization efforts. But what about batch processes? I saw an email exchange on this subject and wanted to share some key points that Emerson’s John Dolenc […]

PID Control of True Integrating Processes – Greg McMillan Deminar

Posted in Services, Consulting & Training on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010. No comments yet
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Update: Here’s the video recording (542Mb download) and presentation for this webinar: Viewing this content requires Silverlight. You can download Silverlight from http://www.silverlight.net/getstarted/silverlight3. PID Control of True Integrating Processes – Greg McMillan Deminar View more presentations from Jim Cahill. Original post: ModelingAndControl.com’s Greg McMillan is resuming his demo/seminar (a.k.a. deminar) series tomorrow, August 11, 2010. […]