Where to go after PI Process Book?

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Moran Gybels

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PI Process Book will no longer be supported at the end of 2024. IPCOS investigates the possible alternatives in regards to trending, dashboarding and production surveillance.   Building on IPCOS’ expertise to select a viable replacement A long-lasting client of IPCOS was a heavy user of PI Process...
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Topics: Data Management, Industry 4.0

Successful implementation of a cloud-based control loop performance monitoring solution 

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Siegfried De Bleeckere

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Building corporate dashboards and site-level applications that provide engaging insights  Аn IPCOS client, a company with more than 50 plants mostly in specialty chemicals, was struggling with the vast variability of how PID loops were operated and tuned between plants. The customer did not have...
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Topics: Advanced Process Control, Digitalization

Linear MPC in a nonlinear world

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Christiaan Moons

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Most Model Predictive Control (MPC) systems have a fixed plant model (i.e. does not change) and hence represent a plant state at a certain operating point or an average operating point. We know that operating plants behave differently as the plant load changes. For example, the relationship between...
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Topics: Advanced Process Control