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Process Manufacturing

As an engineer in a manufacturing facility, you are excited that management has purchased and implemented a Plant-wide Information Management system, or PIMS. This gives you the ability to collect and store process data, and to display both real time and historical process graphs which allow you and the operators to better understand the process. You can finally trend important process variables next to each other in order to visualize relationships that you suspect exist, and to use historical data for accurate diagnosis of problems – for example, was it lube oil pump failure, or loss of cooling water that led to the recent shutdown of a compressor?