White Papers

on 'Loop Control'

1-11 of 11 < first | prev | next | last >
  • First Principle Process Relationships

    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.

    Greg McMillan
  • OPC Tunnelling – Know Your Options

    This article will look at how tunnelling solves the issues associated with DCOM, and show you what to look for in an OPC tunnelling product.

    Bob McIlvride, Andrew Thomas, Cogent Real-Time Systems
  • Back to Basics: The Power of the Loop

    The current loop is probably one of the most underestimated data transmission and control method. It's so simple that we tend to ignore it in favor of more complex and sophisticated methods.

  • Effective modeling for nonlinear control

    This paper presents simulation results comparing Extrapolating Gain-Constrained Neural Networks (EGCN) to traditional neural network training methods, as well as to the recently proposed Bounded-Derivative Network (BDN).

  • Efficiency: The forgotten feature of power supplies

    Efficiency is one of the most important features that every engineer must consider when selecting a power supply. This White Paper maintains that it is possible to use a smaller power supply because no de-rating is necessary, in most cases.

    Puls Power Supplies
  • Reducing operations and maintenance costs

    Today’s plants are under intense financial pressure. Fewer personnel are expected to operate and maintain more equipment at lower cost, while also delivering higher throughput, higher availability, and higher profits. It’s a trend that shows no sign of changing. Plants must therefore increase the productivity of their existing maintenance and operations teams, while continuing to look for ways to reduce costs even more. The following is an Executive Summary which provides an introduction to plant architecture capabilities for reducing operations and maintenance costs. To learn more about how the architecture delivers these benefits – and see what users say about the results – download the link below.

1-11 of 11 < first | prev | next | last >