Posts Tagged ‘Felipe Fakir’

Wireless Multi-Rate Model Predictive Control

Posted in Industrial IOT, Wireless on Monday, January 22nd, 2018. No comments yet
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Communications networks have become pervasive at many levels in control system architectures. As wireless networks and the Industrial Internet of Things become more common, the complexity and security requirements for these networks grows. Emerson’s Felipe Fakir shared a new book on these communication networks with me. He co-authored one of the chapter. The book, Networked […]

Hardware in the Loop Simulation for Process Control

Posted in Simulation on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014. One comment so far
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Emerson’s Felipe Fakir shared a whitepaper with me, Hardware in the Loop Simulation for Industrial Process Control, which he and colleagues attending São Paulo State University in Brazil had written. Their abstract [I’ve added hyperlinks]: Real-time simulation for control loop design and operators training systems (OTS) are increasingly being used in the process industry due […]

How to Identify Simple Process Dynamics

Posted in Education, Process Optimization on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013. No comments yet
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The subject of process dynamics can get quite involved and cause many to shy away from it. Emerson’s Felipe Fakir, a systems engineer based in Brazil, has written a whitepaper, Process Characterization, to make the topic more approachable—at least in how to identify simple process dynamics. He opens introducing the process variables used in a […]