70 Decision-Making for Industrial Process Systems I

Tuesday, April 12, 2016: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
336B (Hilton Americas - Houston)

Modern methods for mathematical programming and uncertainty quantification, along with availability of robust implementations have enabled wider use of systems ideas for decision-making in the chemical industry. We invite contributions on the use of process systems engineering concepts in current industrial practice. Emphasis will be on the use of statistical, optimization, and simulation techniques for improvement of process, plant, and site-wide operations. Presentation of real-world industrial case studies is highly encouraged.

Computing Systems and Technology Division
Satyajith Amaran Email: SAmaran@dow.com
Anshul Agarwal Email: AAgarwal2@dow.com

8:22 AM
(70b) Financially Risk-Aware Strategies for Rescheduling Plant Maintenance Turnarounds in Integrated Sites
Sreekanth Rajagopalan, Satyajith Amaran, Anshul Agarwal, Nick Sahinidis, Bikram Sharda, Scott J. Bury and John Wassick

8:44 AM
(70c) Analysis of Infeasiblity in Process Scheduling
Apurva P. Samudra, Yash Puranik and Alexander B. Smith

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