Posts Tagged ‘Smith Predictor’

Contrasting Advance Regulatory and Advanced Process Control

Posted in Education on Monday, March 30th, 2015. No comments yet
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I wanted to bring additional visibility to a great thread in the LinkedIn Process Control group on advanced regulatory control versus advanced process control. The post, So, ARC Can “Replace” APC? is based on a blog post, Advanced regulatory versus model-predictive control. The LinkedIn post’s author draws two points from the blog post: ARC is […]

Busting Deadtime Compensation Myths

Posted in Education, Process Optimization on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010. No comments yet
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Update and bump: Here’s the recorded PID Deadtime Compensation demo/seminar (616Mb .wmv file download). Here’s the PID Deadtime Compensation presentation (download): PID Deadtime Compensation – Greg McMillan Deminar View more presentations from Jim Cahill. Original post: Modeling and Control blog’s Greg McMillan resumes his demo/seminar (a.k.a. deminar) series this Wednesday, Oct 13, at 10am CDT/13:00 […]

Three Tough Level Control Challenges

Posted in Control Strategies, Project Services on Thursday, August 26th, 2010. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Sergei Kuznetsov will be presenting at the rapidly approaching Emerson Exchange Technical Conference. In his presentation, Three Non-conventional Level Control Applications, Sergei shares how to approach three quirky level control challenges: Particle bin level control with large deadtime presence Copper mine concentrator sump system Oil platform water injection surge vessel level control The Oriented […]

Dealing with Fixed Deadtime with the Smith Predictor Algorithm

Posted in Control Strategies, Process Optimization, Pulp & Paper on Wednesday, February 11th, 2009. No comments yet
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I recently exchanged some emails with Emerson’s Sergei Kuznetsov, part of TAG projects organization, and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sergei is principal control systems engineer, certified professional engineer, and has an MSEE degree. He shared with me an article, Staying In Control that he had written for Engineered Wood Journal magazine. The article describes ways […]