Closing the Information Loop in Recipe-Based Batch Production

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Bibtex

@inproceedings{6944535a634d4121a29c9b07471cc2de,
title = "Closing the Information Loop in Recipe-Based Batch Production",
abstract = "In addition to the basic regulatory functions, a batch control system must support production planning and scheduling, recipe management, resource allocation, batch report generation, unit supervision and exception handling. A closed-loop framework is presented in this work that integrates decision support tools required at the different levels of a decision-making hierarchical batch control system. Specifically, the proposed framework consists of a reactive batch scheduler (MOPP) and a fault diagnosis system (ExSit-M) developed by the Universitat Polit{\`e}cnica de Catalunya, and a S88-recipe-based coordinator (JGrafchart) developed by the Lund University. These tools need to exchange information to obtain optimal utilization of the production plant. The complete integrated system is built using a general recipe description and other guidelines from ISA S88 standard.",
keywords = "Grafchart, Recipe, Fault Diagnosis, Reactive Scheduling, Batch, Integration",
author = "Estanislao Musulin and Arbiza, {Mar{\'i}a J.} and Anna Bonfill and Luis Puigjaner and Rasmus Olsson and Karl-Erik {\AA}rz{\'e}n",
year = "2005",
language = "English",
isbn = "0-444-51987-4",
volume = "20",
publisher = "Elsevier",
pages = "1381--1386",
editor = "Luis Puigjaner and Antonio Espu{\~n}a",
booktitle = "European Symposium on Computer-Aided Process Engineering-15 : 38th European Symposium of the Working Party on Computer Aided Process Engineering : ESCAPE-15 (Computer-aided chemical engineering)",
address = "Netherlands",

}