Real-time statistical process control

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 232 pages
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KEY BENEFIT: Full of real-world applications, this new book demonstrates how to use Statistical Process Control (SPC) in the process industries in order to maintain and improve quality and increase productivity.D>The guide details: how to analyze the plant and how to setup real-time SPC; how to organize a process plant with the cause and effect hierarchy; how to approach the implementation of real-time SPC in the oil and gas industry; how to take into account process dynamics; the fit of SPC with other operational process functions, including traditional process control; and much more. Ideal for engineers, technicians, and supervisors in the process operations of process industries, including oil and gas, chemicals, pulp and paper, food and pharmaceuticals, mining and minerals.

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