Process Engineering White Papers

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  • Fieldbus and remote I/O system comparison

    Nine manufacturers participated in the FuRIOS study, which was conduced under the lead of an end user company that compared its use of fieldbus and remote I/O in full detail.

    Aventis, Infraserv GmbH
    02/10/2006
  • Aseptic PAT and Particle Monitoring

    In this white paper, Mark Hallworth, pharmaceutical manager for Particle Measuring Systems, discusses continuous monitoring methods, how they’re evolving, and why they’re important.

    Particle Measuring Systems
    02/06/2006
  • Process Control Network Security - Reference Architecture

    This document describes best practices for the reference architecture for a process control system network and its interfaces to a corporate network. The paper’s objective is to give the reader an understanding of the techniques utilized to securely connect these networks.

    Invensys
    01/11/2006
  • Design Tips for Sensing Probes

    This application note from Delta Controls outlines selection and installation criteria for using admittance probes to monitor the level of powders, liquids and other materials. Dielectric constants of more than 200 materials are included.

    Delta Controls
    01/05/2006
  • Clean Compressed Air

    Good air preparation should consider the energy consumption of the system and air treatment equipment.

    Norgren
    11/27/2005
  • Accurate liquid phase density on aerated liquids

    This white paper discusses SONAR-based, clamp-on gas volume fraction meters which recently have been introduced to the industry that provide an accurate, real time, measurement of entrained gases. Coupling entrained gas volume fraction monitor with most types of process density meters, enables accurate determination of liquid and the liquid-solid components of aerated mixtures.

    10/18/2005
  • Specifying industrial fieldbus networks for automation

    Automation designers face many challenges and tradeoffs in the development of a successful network solution. This white paper discusses the necessary choices in selecting a network technology appropriate for various specific applications.

    Texas Instruments
    10/12/2005
  • Measurement Best Practices

    This 9-page PDF discusses way in which you can ensure your measurements are accurate, repeatable and reliable.

    Rosemount
    10/05/2005
  • Energy Efficiency - The Other Alternative Fuel

    Proven methods for industry to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact are already at hand. These cost-effective solutions promise substantial return-on-investment now and in the future, without sacrificing performance or quality. For most companies and organizations, the answers to maintaining a competitive edge in this era of rising energy costs are readily available. By applying a suite of cost-effective power and automation solutions from technology leaders like ABB, these facilities can achieve substantial energy savings today without waiting for the "alternative fuels" of the future.

    ABB
    09/27/2005
  • Securing Process Control Network External Communications

    In the real world, sharing PCN data with external systems and accessing PCN systems from external sources is fast becoming a business necessity. This paper provides some generic guidelines for enabling secure connectivity between PCNs and external systems.

    Honeywell
    09/16/2005
  • PACs for industrial control: The future of control

    With a number of vendors producing Programmable Automation Controllers that combine the functionality of a PC and reliability of a PLC, PACs today are increasingly being incorporated into control systems. This white paper explores the origins of the PAC, how PACs differ from PLCs and PCs, and the future direction of industrial control with PACs.

    National Instruments
    09/14/2005
  • Hazard Communication Guidelines for Compliance

    OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is based on a simple concept—that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of the chemicals they are exposed to when working.

    OSHA
    08/30/2005
  • Taking Toxics Out of the Air

    This 34-page PDF white paper discusses the technology and performance-based standards implemented by the EPA during the last 10 years and how they will assist in removing harmful toxins from the air.

    Enivironmental Protection Agency
    06/28/2005
  • How to improve productivity and stay out of confined spaces

    Processors have long recognized the importance of tank and reactor cleaning to product quality. This NLB white paper discusses cleaning methods and the significant implications your choice can have on productivity, safety and profitability.

    NLB
    06/07/2005
  • Security vulnerability assessment revealed

    Plant security is a key priority at many plants. This 10-page paper provides background what the methodology for a plant vulnerability analysis involves. It covers topics such as how to get started, available tools, and risk assessment.

    ioMosiac
    04/21/2005
  • Methods of determining safety integrity level (SIL)

    This 17-page whitepaper discusses the application of two popular methods of determining SIL requirements – risk graph methods and layer of protection analysis (LOPA) – to process industry installations.

    4-sight consulting
    04/19/2005
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