Understanding the difficulties of batch processing and the new technologies and techniques offered can lead to solutions by better automation and control that offer much greater increases in efficiency and capacity than usually obtained for continuous process. Industry veteran and author Greg McMillan discusses analyzing batch data, elevating the role of the operator, tuning key control loops, and setting up simple control strategies to optimize batch operations. The presentation concludes with an extensive list of best practices.
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