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    Display content – part 2

    A mistake often made with operator displays is to limit the scope of the design work to mimic the process equipment shown on P&IDs and Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs). These initial displays include measurements, valves and final control elements. They include enough of the process equipment and piping so that the process flow can be …

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    Display content – part 1

    Last week the topic was mobile. The discussion focused on different views such as display lists and alarm lists. These views provide the user with information specific to what they are interested in. In the last blog I said I would talk about display content.  To begin this discusstion I’ll start with a refinery and …

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    DeltaV Mobile

    In process manufacturing the operator station allows operators to rapidly assess a set of distinct systems or situations under their span-of-responsibility and determine where attention is needed on a moment-by-moment basis. If a problem exists, the features of the operator station directs the operators to displays from which they can troubleshoot and take action. So …

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    Retirement, Fond Memories

    I am retiring from Emerson later this month. It has been a real pleasure working at Emerson and to share with subscribers of this blog some of my work on control and simulation. I greatly appreciate the many opportunities I had to help shape the control capability in DeltaV, to lead the function block application …

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    Wireless Model Predictive Control Applied for Dividing Wall Column Control

    Willy Wojsznis presented a paper on Wireless Model Predictive Control Applied for Dividing Wall Column Control at the Second International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing, EBCCSP2016. This paper was co-authored by me and Mark Nixon and Bailee Roach, University of Texas at Austin. The Conference was held at the Department of computer …

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    Automatic Control: Future Challenges, Solutions, and Systems

    I had the pleasure of attending the Second International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing EBCCSP2016, Krakow, Poland, June 13-15, 2016. On the first day of the conference I gave an industrial keynote presentation on Automatic Control: Future Challenges, Solutions, and Systems. Also, Willy Wojsznis attended the conference and presented a paper. Below …

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    Industry 4.0 – Standardization Roadmap

    The ISA104 committee, Device Integration, is exploring the role that existing IEC standards ( EDDL – IEC61804 and FDI – IEC 62769) play when addressing IoT and Industry 4.0. Thus, in the committee’s March 24th , 2016 meeting the invited speaker was Professor Christian Diedrich, ifak, Germany. Christian is one of the co-authors of the …

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    Wireless Control Foundation – Part 3

    In this Part 3 of the Wireless Control Foundation short course given at Emerson Exchange 2015 , Terry Blevins and Mark Nixon address Discrete Control Using Wireless Field Devices, Model Based Control Using Wireless Transmitter, Wireless Model Predictive Control, Applying Wireless in Legacy Systems, Simulating Wireless Control, Book Web Site. If you have an interest …

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    Feb
    19

    A mistake often made with operator displays is to limit the scope of the design work to mimic the process equipment shown on P&IDs and Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs). These initial displays include measurements, valves and final control elements. They include enough of the process equipment and piping so that the process flow can be …

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    Feb
    12

    Last week the topic was mobile. The discussion focused on different views such as display lists and alarm lists. These views provide the user with information specific to what they are interested in. In the last blog I said I would talk about display content.  To begin this discusstion I’ll start with a refinery and …

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    Feb
    03

    DeltaV Mobile Categories:
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    In process manufacturing the operator station allows operators to rapidly assess a set of distinct systems or situations under their span-of-responsibility and determine where attention is needed on a moment-by-moment basis. If a problem exists, the features of the operator station directs the operators to displays from which they can troubleshoot and take action. So …

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    Aug
    11

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    I am retiring from Emerson later this month. It has been a real pleasure working at Emerson and to share with subscribers of this blog some of my work on control and simulation. I greatly appreciate the many opportunities I had to help shape the control capability in DeltaV, to lead the function block application …

    Continue reading »

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    Jul
    04

    Wireless Model Predictive Control Applied for Dividing Wall Column Control Categories:
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    Willy Wojsznis presented a paper on Wireless Model Predictive Control Applied for Dividing Wall Column Control at the Second International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing, EBCCSP2016. This paper was co-authored by me and Mark Nixon and Bailee Roach, University of Texas at Austin. The Conference was held at the Department of computer …

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    Jun
    27

    Automatic Control: Future Challenges, Solutions, and Systems Categories:
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  • Education,
  • Process Control,
  • Standards,
  • Wireless
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    I had the pleasure of attending the Second International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing EBCCSP2016, Krakow, Poland, June 13-15, 2016. On the first day of the conference I gave an industrial keynote presentation on Automatic Control: Future Challenges, Solutions, and Systems. Also, Willy Wojsznis attended the conference and presented a paper. Below …

    Continue reading »

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    Mar
    28

    Industry 4.0 – Standardization Roadmap Categories:
  • Education,
  • Standards,
  • Wireless
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    The ISA104 committee, Device Integration, is exploring the role that existing IEC standards ( EDDL – IEC61804 and FDI – IEC 62769) play when addressing IoT and Industry 4.0. Thus, in the committee’s March 24th , 2016 meeting the invited speaker was Professor Christian Diedrich, ifak, Germany. Christian is one of the co-authors of the …

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    Jan
    18

    Wireless Control Foundation – Part 3 Categories:
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  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS),
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    In this Part 3 of the Wireless Control Foundation short course given at Emerson Exchange 2015 , Terry Blevins and Mark Nixon address Discrete Control Using Wireless Field Devices, Model Based Control Using Wireless Transmitter, Wireless Model Predictive Control, Applying Wireless in Legacy Systems, Simulating Wireless Control, Book Web Site. If you have an interest …

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    Jan
    11

    Wireless Control Foundation – Part 2, Continuous Control Categories:
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  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS),
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  • Process Control,
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    In this Part 2 of the Wireless Control Foundation short course given at Emerson Exchange 2015 , Terry Blevins addresses continuous control using wireless transmitters and control using wireless throttling valves. If you have an interest in learning more about wireless control then you can view a video of this presentation using the link below.

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    Jan
    04

    Wireless Control Foundation – Part 1, Background Categories:
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  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS),
  • Education,
  • Process Control,
  • Wireless
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    Mark Nixon and I hosted a short course at Emerson Exchange 2015 titled Wireless Control Foundation. In this short course the book authors present key areas of the book Wireless Control Foundation that was published by ISA in October, 2014. This book addresses control techniques that enable closed loop control using wireless valves and wireless …

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