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Use of dynamic simulation in the development of control systems
3 September 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
The use of dynamic simulation of plant/control systems can benefit by shrinking the overall lifecycle, time and cost, by analysing and optimising the design up front in the system lifecycle. Simulation can also enable commissioning the system in an ‘offline’ mode for the applications where commissioning against real plant can be restrictive/difficult.
Engineering simulators can also be used to train control room staff on the detailed aspects of process operations earlier in the project programme, thus reducing the overall time for handover to operations / changeover.
This event would be of interest to practicing engineers and managers from both end-user as well as system integrator companies. It will also be of interest to academic experts working in the area of control design/engineering.
Dr. Andy Clegg and Prof. Mike Grimble
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