Posts Tagged ‘principal component analysis’

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 […]

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Statistically Uncovering Problems to Lower Heat Rate

Posted in Power, Process Optimization on Friday, January 23rd, 2009. No comments yet
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I saw news of a combustion optimization and simulation project award for a 385 megawatt power station in the U.S. It reminded me of Emerson’s Jeff Williams presentation on the topic of emissions reduction equipment optimization at the last Emerson Exchange. He also presented at the ISA Power Industry Division Symposium on the topic of […]

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