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MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROLS FOR THE INDUSTRIES OF THE FUTURE APPENDICES
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MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROLS FOR THE INDUSTRIES OF THE FUTURE APPENDIX A Workshop Agendas FIRST WORKSHOP MEETING OCTOBER 22, 1996 NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON, D.C. 8:30 Introductions and Session Objectives Gary Baum, Panel Chair Industry Needs in Process Controls 8:45 Advanced Sensor Needs for the Glass Industry C. Philip Ross, Creative Opportunities 9:30 Process Control and Sensor Needs: The Chemical Industry Mel Koch, University of Washington 10:15 BREAK 10:30 Sensor and Control Needs for the Metal Casting Industry Bill Walkington, Consultant 11:15 Forest Products Industry: An Overview of Needs in Process Control Robert Bareiss, Bareiss Associates 12:00 LUNCH
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MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROLS FOR THE INDUSTRIES OF THE FUTURE 1:00 A Compilation of Sensor and Control Needs John Green, The Aluminum Association 1:45 Process Sensor and Control Needs in the Steel Industry Barry Brusey and Mike Dudzic, Dofasco 2:30 BREAK Discussion of Common Industry Needs 3:30 Processes (Types and Conditions) All 4:00 Process Control Needs All 4:30 Process Monitoring Sensor Needs All 5:00 ADJOURN SECOND WORKSHOP MEETING MAY 29, 1997 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES WASHINGTON, D.C. 8:30 Study and Session Objectives Gary Baum, Panel Chair 8:45 “Intelligent” Process Controls: An Industrial Perspective Tariq Samad, Honeywell 9:30 Neural Net Computing: A Perspective on Its Role as an Enabling Technology for Process Control in the Industries of the Future Yoh-Han Pao, AIWARE, Inc. 10:15 BREAK 10:35 Open-Architecture Controllers Fred Proctor, National Institute for Standards and Technology 11:20 Process Optimization and Control Rush Robinett, Sandia National Laboratory
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MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROLS FOR THE INDUSTRIES OF THE FUTURE 12:05 LUNCH 12:45 Strategic Directions for Improving Energy Efficiency within the Manufacturing Sector through Improved Harsh Environment Process Measurements David Holcomb, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1:30 Advanced Sensing Technologies for Industrial Process Controls Arlene Garrison, University of Tennessee 2:15 Applications of Raman Optical Sensing for Industrial Process Monitoring and Control Michael Carrabba, EIC Laboratories 3:00 Advanced Sensors for Monitoring Processes Mel Koch, University of Washington 3:45 Wrap-up Discussions All 4:15 ADJOURN
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