Modeling and Digital Twins for Process Development, presented by Charles Siletti

Originally delivered Nov 16, 2022
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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While the general idea of digital twins has been in use for nearly ten years, the chemical process industry has employed similar computational technologies for decades. Originally developed for the petroleum and petrochemical industries, process simulation tools now have applications across the entire industry, and the barriers to implementation have never been lower. This talk reviews a series of case studies ranging from hydrometallugical processing to biopharmaceutical production. The discussion includes both process improvement and process monitoring applications.

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Charles Siletti

Charles is currently director of Planning and Scheduling applications at Intelligen, Inc. He manages the  SchedulePro batch scheduling tool and related applications. He also does training and consulting work with SuperPro Designer batch simulation software. He is located in New Hampshire. Prior to joining Intelligen, Charles was a consultant for Life Sciences International and a process engineer at Mobil Research and Engineering.  There he worked on process simulation, real-time optimization as well as on-line process monitoring and diagnostics.  Charles obtained is Ph.D. in...Read more

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