Joyce Dasch continues the theory of "Partnering for Power" This consultative approach, she pointed out, must be adaptable to the varying needs of many different utilities. She noted that their approach breaks down into three basic types of services: Plant Automation and Performance Evaluations "Before and After" Benchmarking Fleet Analysis...
Joyce Dasch reports on Partnering for Power... Joyce began by showing a slide from the 2001 introduction press conference: Partnering for Power combines results-oriented methodology, advanced technologies, and expert resource services to change the economics of power generation.
Today I am at Power-Gen in Las Vegas, where I attended two Emerson press conferences this morning. In the first one, Emerson gave a report on its "Partnering for Power" initiative that it started in 2001.
Generally, we pull articles of interest from this blog, and elsewhere, to feature in InProcess. It had been my intention to feature the article Keith Larson contributed to this blog on the recent 90th anniversary celebration of Yokogawa in Japan.
It is with pleasure that I announce the appointment of Darren Trumeter to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) effective immediately. The role is responsible for the achievement of short and long term financial and operational goals across all geographies.
From Don Zee Dear ISA Member, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Gouhin as ISA's Executive Director. At a special meeting of ISA's Executive Board today, the Board accepted Pat's nomination from the Search Committee and appointed him to the position.
Batch "fingerprinting" Having a good batch structure in place is essential for PAT It helps to identify opportunities by allowing online feedback of "atypical process performance" A 1% increase in yield, identified, is worth $2.7 million per year.
Joydeep Ganguly and Real-time Bioprocess Monitoring and Control "It isn't enough to have a more sophisticated way of telling you that you have a product that is crappy...that's not PAT. PAT is about consistently creating product that is NOT crappy." CBER monitors the biologicals industry.
Thank God, ISA has wireless Internet in this conference room! My thumbs were beginning to die from doing the "Blackberry Prayer" too long. Sherman on NeSSI, continuing: Bob showed picures of actual products illustrating the principles of the S76 sample conditioning system...a modular system designed to maximuze efficiency and minimize...