July 2002

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HP Control: Consider MRA

About five years ago, Invensys introduced what we considered to be an innovative online process analyzer based on nuclear magnetic resonance technology (see "HP Innovations," March 1998) which it call..

Kane, L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

About five years ago, Invensys introduced what we considered to be an innovative online process analyzer based on nuclear magnetic resonance technology (see "HP Innovations," March 1998) which it calls magnetic resonance analysis (MRA). As with most new technologies, the analyzer took a while to catch on. Now with over 20 installations, the benefits of MRA are being documented. Invensys recently held a series of seminars entitled, "Managing Your Business Performance in Refining and Petrochemicals." I attended one in Houston. In addition to MRA, the seminar presented benefits of the company's advanced control and optimization solutions. The advanced control and optimization software offerin

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