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Five ISA106 committee leaders have received the ISA Standards and Practices Department Award for their accomplishments in publishing the new ISA106 technical report on procedure controlled automation.
Much of the differences in approaches to controller algorithms and tuning can be traced back to assumptions made about the type and importance of disturbances. Each method has merits based on the disturbance frequency, location, and time lag.
Here are all the Emerson Exchange Reporters for easy reference all in one place. We're really proud of the job we did.
Project SHINE recently found an electric substation directly connected to the Internet. Project SHINE analysts were able to see DNP3 ports, Serial Port Server ports, Telnet interface ports, and a web page server. They discovered this via search engines without even accessing the site itself.
LyondellBasell puts their money into the next generation #JJC #EMRex @LyondellBasell #pauto #education
Joliet Junior College reports that they've received a grant from LyondellBasell to help purchase DeltaV control systems
Emerson Exchange 365, the expanded community built around Emerson Exchange, has all the happenings, live!
Here's the expanded edition of the online enewsletter copy of the Emerson Exchange Reporter, produced every day of the Exchange by Control magazines' elves (I mean, editors).
While discussing the recent turbine loss of control issue, I was reminded of a software version issue that I first encountered during Y2K. That is the issue of how long vendors will support older versions of software.
Emerson Exchange is now on Day Three in deepest Grapevine, Texas. Here's the Exchange Reporter (long version) so you can catch up with what happened on Day Two.
Rosemount's venerable RS3 DCS and the even more venerable PROVOX system originally designed for Monsanto by (its then wholly owned subsidiary) Fisher Controls were formally retired last night at a party thrown by Emerson Process Management at Emerson Exchange.