WIPAC

This tag is associated with 5 posts

Controlling the Water Industry – Activated Sludge Part IV – Whoops! Where did all those solids go?

In this last post on Activated Sludge Oliver Grievson is going to talk about what can be done within the process that can protect the overall permit of the treatment works and attempt to sum up what he has  said so far. As we all know of all the process that are used in wastewater … Continue reading

Resistance to the Effective Use of Instrumentation VI: Can I really trust what my instrument tells me?

In this penultimate version of this blog on the resistance to the effective use of instrumentation Oliver Grievson  probes into why the fact that instrumentation in general is a lack of trust in instrumentation in general which prevents instrumentation, control & automation taking a step forward and treatment works becoming more instrumentally based. The modern … Continue reading

Resistance to the Effective Use of Instrumentation V: So what can an instrument achieve?

In the continuation of the blog on the resistance to the effective use of instrumentation Oliver Grievson, manager of the Water Industry Process Automation and Control (WIPAC) group on LinkedIn, is going to examine what an instrument and more importantly what an instrumentation system can achieve. In this analysis I can going to make a … Continue reading

Resistance to the Effective Use of Instrumentation III: Over-Design

Here is the latest in the Resistance  to the Effective Use of Instrumentation series by Water Industry Process Automation and Control’s (WIPAC) Oliver Grievson: In this week’s continuation of the blog series on the resistance to instrumentation I am going to talk about a relatively sensitive subject that most people wouldn’t touch on and that … Continue reading

Resistance to the effective use of instrumentation

Hi Fellow Water Quality and Water Security Blog Followers, This week’s new guest blogger is Oliver Grievson, Flow Compliance & Regulatory Efficiency Manager at Anglian Water Services and fearless leader and moderator of the Water Industry Process Automation and Control (WIPAC) group on Linked in. A few months ago the Water Industry Process Automation & Control … Continue reading