Process operability - 2014

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Class date(s): 10 October 2014 onwards
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Date Class number Topic Slides for class Video and audio files References and Notes
10 October 06B

In this class we start with an overview of the Operability topic.

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15 October 07A

In this class we start with the next topic: Operating Windows

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17 October 07B

Dr. Thomas Marlin gives a guest lecture on Reliability

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An important resource on this topic is Dr. Marlin's newest textbook, particularly chapter 4. Please read this, as it is part of the course materials, and for your course project.

20 October 08A

Dr. Thomas Marlin continued on with the topic of Reliability

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An interesting reading about reliability: monitoring our process equipment to predict when they need maintenance or when they could fail. There's a good financial case to be made here for saving money.

22 October 08B

Dr. Thomas Marlin has offered to teach the remainder of the topic of Reliability

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24 October 08C

We start the next section, on Flexibility and Controllability.

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27 October 09A

We finish up this section on Flexibility and Controllability.

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29 October 09B

We start a new topic in Operability on "Transitions, startups and shutdowns"

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06 November 10A

We start a new topic in Operability on "Batch scheduling and planning"

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