I'm not going to be able to post more detailed stuff from WBF today...I have a serious migraine and I can't really see the screen well enough to post. We've just had a great paper about integrating information from Steve Churchil and Mike Williams from Dow.
Quest for the Perfect Batch... A problem... A classic case of pproblems encountered with automation and control without fully understanding the process... Problem description: We had a supply crisis, and increased demand..and we were met with a product taht was failing for poor reliability, high manufacturing costs, adn porduct qulity variances.
by Bianca Scholten, Partner, Ordina OPGELOST "I'm going to do this in high heels," she started out, referring to the end of my own presentation. "And in English," she continued. "It is important to talk about language.
by Glen Wirth and Marcus Tennant, Rockwell Automation, and Vincent de Gast, Systems Navigator The most common scheduling tools are spreadsheets and batch lists, that are manually updated and do simple calculations, or ERP systems, that tell you what is needed, what is available, and what is required.
by Sandra Vann and Mike Williams, The Dow Chemical Company, and James Destro, Consultant-Siemens. Remember the slide Lynn Craig showed? "Use Money to Make Money?" This is about doing that. How do I ensure that I can get my best return on my tangible asset-- the physical plant.
Steven Munoz Trochez, University of Cauca. Munoz presented a case study using S-95 models. Advantages of the Functional Data Flow Model: it is flexible and allows collecting information frome xperts by means of interviews, can be used in bedium or big companies, and it is not strict concerning its...