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ISA 88 gives process automation a native language for batch processes, and much more. Editor in Chief Walt Boyes reports on the state of the batch in the September cover story for CONTROL magazine.
The conference agenda included more than 30 technical presentations that facilitated exchange of information related to management, operations and automation of continuous and batch process manufacturing, especially by using the ISA-88 and ISA-95 standards.
Batch material transfer control seems an easy task to carry out. But the reality is that many functions are necessary if the system is to accomplish accurate batch material transfer control.
S88 and S95 Are Converging into a Language and Methodology for All Manufacturing Operations
Senior Pharmaceutical Executives Agree, the Motif of Batch Manufacturing Will Change Dramatically In the Next Dozen Years
Can batch standards, methods and concepts break through their technological limits to the world of ideas?
Weve been covering batch manufacturing at Control for years now, and a pretty complete archive of our material is available here. See our online batch manufacturing resources.
In this "special to the web" article for ControlGlobal.com, World Batch Forum Chairman Maurice Wilkins offers his thoughts on the 2005 WBF conference held last month in Atlantic City.
Dr. Paul McKenzie, Vice President and General Manager - LSCC at Bristol Myers Squibb, and Walter Boyes, Editor-in-Chief at CONTROL Magazine, will be the featured keynoters this year
WBF, the forum for automation and manufacturing professionals, formerly known as World Batch Forum, has announced that due to the economic situation, it has decided to postpone its North American Conference for 2009 to a date later in the year, to be announced subsequently.
When Batch Processing Is Critical to Your Operations, Imagine the Worth of Knowing the Predicted Value of Quality Parameters
Improvements in practices for starting up a loop with a large process time constant, or slow ramp time compared to the dead time, can save 25% or more in batch cycle and startup time. Read how.
To encourage col-laboration among professionals from different corporate departments and functional organizations, ARC Advisory Group (www.arcweb.com) has decided to co-locate its three, traditionally separate, annual forum events in one convenient venue.
Process automation: Efficient batch control can be both an art and science, writes CONTROL contributor Gregory K. McMillan, so act accordingly for best results, and always remember "it's survival of the fittest" out there.
Process control authority Bela Liptak brings in specialists from his cadre of co-authors to answer a reader's question regarding good modelling software for a batch and/or a continuous esterification process.
Editor in Chief Paul Studebaker Looks Back 25 Years of Development of Batch Standards
Standards, IT Technology, Cloud-Based Solutions, Advanced Analytics Work Together to Improve Operations
Emerson Exchange attendees can choose from among eight Industry Forums
Maurice Wilkins, Chairman of the World Batch Forum, focuses on batch management, automation and integration in this "special to the web" monthly column for ControlGlobal.com