Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual)

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

LOOP-PRO TUNER Primer (Virtual)

Online Webinar

This workshop explains how to install, configure, and use LOOP-PRO TUNER. Participants learn essential aspects of the software for the purpose of applying it in the modeling and tuning of PID controllers.

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual)

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual) EMEA Region

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

Process Control 101 – Put your process control knowledge to the test

Online Webinar

Poor control costs process manufacturers millions every year. Those losses come in the form of increased energy consumption and excessive use of production inputs. They hit your top-line in the form of reduced throughput as well as erode your bottom-line in the guise of production-related defects. But what about process dynamics and your facility’s workhorse — the all important PID controller?

Test your knowledge on this webinar.

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual)

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

Improving sustainability with better controls

Online Webinar

In this webinar, you will learn to use modern tools and approaches to improve sustainability. Sustainability helps you to meet today’s needs without sacrificing the future. Digital tools and services can be leveraged to reduce waste, save energy and chemicals, and to streamline the work for plant personnel. This webinar shows practical examples and case studies for sustainable improvement.

Join us for this webinar to see how you can make sustainable improvements to people, planet, and profit.

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual) EMEA Region

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual)

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.

Reducing Energy Cost through Improved Disturbance Rejection

Online Webinar

Two of the most popular architectures for improving regulatory performance and increasing profitability are 1) cascade control and 2) feed forward with feedback trim. Both architectures trade off additional complexity in the form of instrumentation and engineering time for a controller better able to reject the impact of disturbances on the measured process variable. These architectures neither benefit nor detract from set point tracking performance. This paper compares and contrasts the two architectures and links the benefits of improved disturbance rejection with reducing energy costs in addition to improved product quality and reduced equipment wear. A comparative example is presented using data from a jacketed reactor process.

How Regulatory Control Evaluations Uncover Hidden Opportunities for Production Gain

Online Webinar

For any manufacturer a great deal depends on the ability to monitor and evaluate the performance of staff and facility alike. In terms of assessing the performance of production systems, the plurality of facilities rely on KPIs trended by supervisory control platforms. While the analysis is essential, the metrics focus more on maintaining safe, consistent output and less on optimizing the underlying regulatory control layer. As a result, the PID controller responsible for regulating each of a facility’s many, highly interactive control loops is routinely overlooked until its performance is linked to a slip in productivity. Indeed, the typical DCS doesn’t have metrics for Stiction, Oscillation, and Output Reversals. Measurements that proactively assess the PIDs effectiveness have only recently been viewed as a means of both improving overall performance and avoiding costly downtime.
A central question to ask is: What’s the true economic value of improving regulatory control?

Techniques for Applied Process Control (Virtual)

This workshop provides a thorough understanding of process dynamics and showcases both concepts and techniques associated with maintaining a production facility’s PID control systems. It engages participants with hands-on application of a systematic approach for diagnosing and optimizing under-performing control loops. The workshop is designed for Technicians and Process Engineers.