Process Control Essentials 2021 Promo
Hunter Flodman and Matthew Jorgensen discuss the upcoming Process Control Essentials course offered to better equip bioprocessing industry personnel.
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- [00:00:05.280]The Process Control Essentials workshop
- [00:00:08.840]is a workshop that's focused around feedback control
- [00:00:11.770]for the chemical bioprocess industries,
- [00:00:14.110]and the chemical industry.
- [00:00:15.570]And so, about half the course we spend working hands-on
- [00:00:19.360]in our chemical engineering unit operations laboratory
- [00:00:22.110]at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
- [00:00:24.210]and we have pilot scale equipment that's similar
- [00:00:27.690]to what's found in the bioprocessing
- [00:00:30.601]and chemical processing industries.
- [00:00:33.410]MEP's purpose is to help manufacturing
- [00:00:35.540]stay competitive and thrive.
- [00:00:36.980]And so, one major aspect of that is fine-tuning
- [00:00:40.110]their controls, you know,
- [00:00:41.590]with this fluid process controlled equipment
- [00:00:43.850]like we're advocating here.
- [00:00:45.590]You know, it enables these manufacturers
- [00:00:47.660]to find and look for opportunities
- [00:00:51.590]to squeeze out more efficiency and reduce, you know,
- [00:00:54.730]things like their raw material use or chemical use,
- [00:00:58.440]other things like utility cost,
- [00:01:00.390]to better control over the long haul.
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