On Demand Webinar

APC Webinar: An Epic Journey from Flatline to Frontline

In this presentation, Dr. Prakash Karpe (retired from leading refiner Phillips 66) will share the fascinating story of how he revived the Advanced Process Control (APC) organization within a Fortune 500 energy company. Under his guidance, the APC organization delivered 4 times more benefits and became one of the most valued organizations within the company in just three years.

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Energy Optimization & Process Variability Reduction on an Ethylene Units Cold Section

Braskem, the largest petrochemical company in Latin America, has independently implemented several APC projects on ethylene units across their organization. Join Livia Tizzo, Process Control and Automation Engineer at Braskem, to see how Adaptive Process Control in Aspen DMC3 was used to improve their processes.

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See How Eni Rapidly Develops New Controllers Using Adaptive Process Control Technology

Adaptive Process Control is primarily recognized for streamlining APC maintenance, however it is also very useful in new controller development. Eni shares their story on how they used Adaptive Process Control to build new APC applications faster and more efficiently than traditional methods, allowing them to achieve stable behavior in the presence of large model mismatch. "Seed" models were used to rapidly deploy controllers and accrue benefits immediately, all while minimizing disruption to operations.

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Simplify Controller Tuning using Aspen DMC3 Smart Tune

Overview and demo from AT experts on Smart Tune- an enhanced optimization algorithm that simplifies the tuning and configuration workflow. Smart Tune allows users to directly specify objectives rather than enduring the complicated tuning process.

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在线研讨会录像:发现aspenONE先进过程控制V10的新功

回顾一下,专家展示了aspenONE先进过程控制(APC)V10的新功能如何在整个工作范围内保持模型准确。了解智能整定技术(Smart Tune)的新增功能如何带来更高的灵活性,以及Aspen DMC3 Builder™的改进如何进一步简化项目工作流程。

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The Importance of Regulatory Control within Model Predictive Control

Regulatory control design has a significant effect on the overall performance of Model Predictive Control and should not be ignored. With over 35 years of experience implementing Advanced Process Control, Industry Expert Mark Darby shares his wealth of knowledge on the importance of regulatory control.

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Experiences With Aspen DMC3 Builder™ Featuring ExxonMobil

Aspen DMC3 Builder is a powerful, integrated platform that is used to manage the entire lifecycle of advanced process control (APC) applications. ExxonMobil has found through recent implementations that this tool provides an extremely positive experience for both new and experienced APC engineers and has plans to migrate all controllers across the enterprise. Join ExxonMobil’s APC experts, Dave Hokanson and Philippe D'Hooghe, to learn about the powerful new features within Aspen DMC3 Builder that are the keys to success on those applications.

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Drive Organization and Control Improvements with Aspen Watch and Aspen IQ Performance KPIs

Advanced Process Control (APC) key performance indicators (KPIs) provide drive and feedback to continuously improve operations. Join APC expert, Ray Coker, to see how he uses Aspen Watch and Aspen IQ Performance KPIs at Marathon Petroleum Corporation to drive significant organization and control improvements.

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See How Aspen Watch Performance Monitor Keeps You Up to Speed

Aspen Watch Performance Monitor provides real-time monitoring and diagnostic information to help engineers and operators focus on the problems that erode margins. During this on-demand webinar, Joep Bazelmans of SABIC-Europe will share his methods and suggestions for implementing custom KPIs, helping you keep an eye on performance.

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Building Effective Seed Models for Adaptive Process Control

John Campbell (AspenTech) shares how to use seed models (less than perfect models based on historical data or similar processes) to shorten the time before a controller is turned on to accrue benefits earlier and potentially develop multiple controllers at once (in parallel).

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