Batch Control Analysis
Batch control analysis is one of steps in the design of plants executing batch process - an S88-based analysis of batch process from the control point of view. It is between the conceptual design of the batch process (PFD or P&I) and the start of the design of the control system (design of instrumentation, control hardware and software). Its objective is to fill the gap almost always found between the formulation of requirements and the specification of the actual implementation. It transforms user requirements into process-based detailed functional requirements. It has several advantages if these problems are handled, not by software engineers, rather by batch control analysts who are closer to the plant and know the process better.
Author: Ferenc Molnár, Tibor Chován, Tibor Nagy, WBF
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