Posts Tagged ‘fermentation’

More Level Measurement Technologies and Applications in Action

Posted in Level on Thursday, February 21st, 2013. No comments yet
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Yesterday we highlighted demonstrations of vibrating fork, ultrasonic, and guided wave radar level measurement technologies. Today we’ll highlight the rest of the new videos from Emerson’s Rosemount Level team. In this 3:53 YouTube video, Rosemount 5300 Guided Wave Radar with Rosemount 9901 Chamber–No Surprises in the Field!, Emerson’s Tom Wienke shows how project risk is […]

Preparing Your Batch Processes to Add Analytics

Posted in Data Management, Life Sciences on Wednesday, August 8th, 2012. One comment so far
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Over the past several years, I’ve covered the advancements in batch analytics to improve the efficiency of batch processes and spot troubles early enough to avoid or resolve the trouble. There can be many simultaneous complex activities in batch operations including process holdups, lab data access, feedstock variations, unsteady operations, and concurrently running batches that […]

Applying Batch Analytics to Fermentation Processes

Posted in Data Management on Tuesday, March 6th, 2012. 2 comments so far
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Creating batch process models such as fermentation is challenging due to their inherent time variability batch to batch. It’s also critical to know when problems are beginning to develop when corrective measures can be taken. Emerson’s David Rehbein, a Senior Data Management Solutions consultant, recently gave an IFPAC presentation, Batch Analytics Applied to a Fermentation […]

Proving Brazilian Biofuel Processing Technologies

Posted in Energy on Friday, July 29th, 2011. No comments yet
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Douglas Morris from Emerson’s alternative energy industry team discusses biofuel investment by multinational companies in Brazil. Biofuels, whether you are talking about the traditional or advanced variety, is a favorite topic for debate in the United States. Most recently, legislators voted to remove some popular government subsidies for ethanol, but long-term loan guarantees and legislation […]

Automating Fermentation and Paperless Operations

Posted in Life Sciences, Project Services on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007. No comments yet
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At the recent Interphex Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference, Emerson’s Todd Ham presented on the subject of automating fermentation. Todd acknowledged that Christie Deitz, whom we’ve featured in several other posts, had a large hand in the development of this presentation and work on the project discussed. The presentation discussed a recent project done on a large-scale, […]