Computerized process control

a management decision
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Hobbs, Dorman , New York
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Statementby Harry L. Cornish, Jr. [and others] A foreword by Theodore J. Williams.
ContributionsCornish, Harry L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTS155 .C58
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 212 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5545305M
LC Control Number67023661

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Automation - Automation - Computer process control: In computer process control, a digital computer is used to direct the operations of a manufacturing process. Although other automated systems are typically controlled by computer, the term computer process control is generally associated with continuous or semicontinuous production operations involving materials such as chemicals, petroleum.

decrease in product quality, process control or quality assurance. There should be no increase in the overall risk of the process. General 1. Risk Management Risk management should be applied throughout the lifecycle of the computerised system taking into account patient safety, data integrity and product quality.

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As part of a riskFile Size: 21KB. Covers the fundamentals and the latest advances in computerized automation and process control, control algorithms, and specific applications essential food manufacturing processes and unit operations.

This text highlights the use of efficient process control to convert from batch to continuous operation and enhance plant sanitation. Book Description. Covers the fundamentals and the latest advances in computerized automation and process control, control algorithms, and specific applications essential food manufacturing processes and unit operations.

This text highlights the use of efficient process control to convert from batch to continuous operation and enhance plant. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Computerized process control. New York, Hobbs, Dorman [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Process control refers to the control of one or more system parameters.

Typically, some form of input is used to adjust this process. A simple process, such as controlling temperature, may be performed in multiple ways. The control and complexity of the system is based on need.

For process control the BASIC Stamp is ideally suited for many systems. Key Terms in this Chapter.

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Computerized System: A system that includes software, hardware, application software, operating system software, supporting documentation, e.g. automated laboratory systems, control systems, manufacturing, clinical, or compliance monitoring database systems, etc.

Acceptance Testing: Functional acceptance tests of the system performed with the supplier/: Kashif Hussain.