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OPA is not a standards-developing body, which means they will either have to adopt existing standards or work with another standards-developing organization such as ISA, FM, or UL to create any required documents.
ExxonMobil Development Corp.'s retired IC&E Manager and advisor Sandy Vasser outlines initiatives similar to the company's open, interoperable control effort
NAMUR represents several thousand process control specialists, with about 300 participating in almost 40 working groups focusing on: measurement, controls, automation, communication, process management and electrical engineering, covering the entire plant lifecycle.
ExxonMobil, Lockheed Martin and friends lead charge to open, secure, interoperable process control system
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Essentials of the Modern DCS. This edition discusses modern DCS implementations, and why they should enable plantwide control and optimization; provide scalability and modularity for engineering flexibility and faster time to market.
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First principle relationships can define process cause and effects that can lead to improved controller tuning and performance by the selection of better tuning rules and process variables for scheduling of tuning settings.