Posts Tagged ‘modeling’
October 14, 2004 – Software Provides Companies With Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Software provides companies with sustainable competitive advantage October 14, 2004 Control Station, Inc. today announced the launch of its 4.0 Product Suite. The newly released solutions improve performance of manufacturing…Read More
Modeling Non-Steady State Data for PID Controller Tuning in a Cogeneration Power Plant
A 25 MW combined-cycle cogeneration plant at the University of Connecticut supplies electricity to the entire UConn campus with three natural gas combustion turbine generators and one high pressure steam turbine generator.Read More
How Do I Tune a Level Controller?
Level controllers present challenges that are different from others. Although their presence is significant they lag behind Flow controllers in their overall share of the typical production facility’s process control landscape. Unlike other processes such as Temperature, Pressure and Flow, Level control loops demonstrate different dynamics, they don’t play by the same rules as the non-integrating (also known as self-regulating) types. And although best-practices for modeling and tuning Level loops are similar they involve nuances that can hamper a less experienced practitioner.Read More
What is Non-Steady State Modeling or NSS Modeling?
Non-Steady State (NSS) Modeling is the ability to calculate an accurate process model when the associated data is oscillatory, is noisy, or has extensive Dead-Time. It’s a highly valuable capability when tuning difficult PID loops, and it was pioneered by Control Station.Read More