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November 1, 2010

Connecting Process Simulators to the Control Room

The benefits are no longer restricted to high-end integrations or large projects. Here is how to do it in small-to-medium sized projects and why

David Hill, Chemstations and Kenichi Matsuoka, Inpex

One of the best ways to realize value from your process data is to use those data — both real-time and historical — in a process simulator. The many applications for doing so are generally categorized into offline and online categories. Offline...

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