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This is the 7th and last article of the series. In this article, we shall explore how the ongoing operation and maintenance phase of the analyzer system is anticipated during project engineering and construction.
NeSSI, Alarms, Wireless, Security and Safetyfor a Start
Not all automation professionals' tools have evolved over the years, see which ones remain the same and continue succeeding in project execution.
Be warned: the light at the end of the tunnel is a train! Control engineers are being dragged back into the world of manufacturing with new technologies that will affect both how and where they work.
NeSSI Provides Here-and-Now Benefits, Driving Engineers to Stop Waiting for Another Fieldbus Standard. Theyre Diving in and Justifying Their Investment in NeSSIs First-Generation Systems Today
This article illustrates how correct project engineering documentation deliverables help to eliminate scope changes during concept development and design, and minimize analyzer system lifetime costs.
This article covers the formal details of a project approval scope document, including front-end engineering design, front-end loading, project execution modeling, and independent project analysis.
This article describes and quantifies the lifecycle cost impact of typical analyzer system project issues and line items, which, if addressed early in the lifecycle of the project, can result in lifetime cost savings.
Emerson sells Control Techniques divisions to Nidec Corp.; Schneider Electric buys real-time 3D software manufacturer MWPowerlab s.r.l.
From Fortune 50 to new start-ups, companies of all sizes are committing to or evaluating ISA100.11a standard-based solutions utilizing Nivis technologies. These companies include Access Wireless Solution, Apprion, Banner Engineering Corporation, Cameron, ConocoPhillips, Dresser Masoneilan, ...
Gary Nichols concludes his series on the proper design and project management of process analyzer systems, this time addressing estimate accuracy and cost by project stage and work breakdown structure.
This article addresses cost estimating for capital projects on which an analyzer system is installed, through start-up and commissioning of the project, to the resultant lifetime cost savings that can be gained.
The jobs not done until safety, ergonomics and constructability are taken into account.
Senior Tech Editor Dan Hebert, PE, takes a look at ways you can make an automation contractor selection based on project size, scope, and support requirements in this installment of Technically Speaking.
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In part two of this two-part series, Senior Tech Editor Dan Hebert, PE, takes a look at how your companys own internal capabilities and characteristics can affect automation contractor selection.
Many Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Have Been Dragging Their Heels on Adopting Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Techniques for Years, but Now the Pressure Is On
Total cost of ownership, platform functionality and local expertise lead biotech facility to choose PlantPAx DCS
Though cyber attacks are increasingly easy to launch, there are many practical methods for protecting against potentially destructive attacks on vulnerable networks.
Wireless Field Devices Are Shipping, but Adoption Questions Remain
This article is the sixth in series running in Control over the past several months.
The Proposed Sensor Actuator Manager (SAM) Controller and Software Applets Could Help the New Sampling/Sensor Initiative (NeSSI) Succeed
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Along with reliable, real-time monitoring 24/7 from the company’s control center in Charlotte, N.C., Duke sought a new SCADA system that would give visibility to on-site operations.