August 2015

Turbomachinery

Optimizing turbomachinery energy savings with control technologies

Plant managers who work in a hydrocarbon-processing-industry (HPI), power-generation or other industrial facility can relate to the need to optimize energy consumption. Opportunities to reduce unneces..

Parisi, P., Staroselsky, S., Hoop, E., Compressor Controls Corp.

Plant managers who work in a hydrocarbon-processing-industry (HPI), power-generation or other industrial facility can relate to the need to optimize energy consumption. Opportunities to reduce unnecessary costs exist and are driven by new technologies and a need to improve the economic bottom line of the company. Improvements in plant data capture and storage, mostly driven by advances in process historian and plant optimization technologies, allow us to shine a spotlight on areas of potential energy savings and to take action with results that were, until recently, unachievable. The past two decades have witnessed the adoption of process optimization technologies that delivered handsomely

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