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CoA F- 97/OS - -1
Future Applications of Simulators in Process Control
to be presented at ISA-Tech 97
October 7. 1997
Francis Ruppel and Wes Wysor
Oak Ridge National Laboratory*
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
-APR 22 1997
March 21, 1997
Future applications of simulators in process control will see activities with high return on investment in
areas such as concurrent engineering, hardware-in-the-loop controller testing, process fault detection, and
Internet-retrievable simulation models and tools. These applications are based on advancing technology in
the field of simulation technology. In this paper, the advancing technology will be reviewed, and
projections to future uses of simulators in process control will be made.
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a contractor of the U.S. Government under
contract number DE-AC05-960R22464.
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or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government
* Managed by Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corp. for the U.S. Department of Energy under contract
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