Practical Batch Process Management

Practical Batch Process Management

by Mike Barker, Jawahar Rawtani
     
 

ISBN-10: 0750662778

ISBN-13: 9780750662772

Pub. Date: 02/28/2005

Publisher: Elsevier Science

Historically batch control systems were designed individually to match a specific arrangement of plant equipment. They lacked the ability to convert to new products without having to modify the control systems, and did not lend themselves to integration with manufacturing management systems.
Practical Batch Management Systems explains how to utilize the

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Overview

Historically batch control systems were designed individually to match a specific arrangement of plant equipment. They lacked the ability to convert to new products without having to modify the control systems, and did not lend themselves to integration with manufacturing management systems.
Practical Batch Management Systems explains how to utilize the building blocks and arrange the structures of modern batch management systems to produce flexible schemes suitable for automated batch management, with the capability to be reconfigured to use the same plant equipment in different combinations.
It introduces current best practice in the automation of batch processes, including the drive for integration with MES (Manufacturing Execution System) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) products from major IT vendors. References and examples are drawn from DCS / PLC batch control products currently on the market.

- Implement modern batch management systems that are flexible and easily reconfigured
- Integrate batch management with other manufacturing systems including MES and ERP
- Increase productivity through industry best practice

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750662772
Publisher:
Elsevier Science
Publication date:
02/28/2005
Series:
Practical Series
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
7.68(w) x 10.02(h) x 0.56(d)

Table of Contents

1 Outline and objectives
2 Physical models
3 Process models, actions, operations and stages
4 Procedural models
5 Introduction to recipes
6 Batch manufacturing basics
7 Batch and sequence programming fundamentals
8 Practical techniques in sequence control design
9 Operator and supervisor interface
10 Batch management issues
11 Batch control technologies
12 Practical software project planning and implementation
Glossary
Index

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