Control feasibility study
The study goal is to improve installation performance with knowledge and best practice methodology. Problem formulation, focused on an ultimate target, enables appropriate project harmonization and scheduling allowing selection of optimal tools and methodologies. It provides economic and technical justification for the future project. This low risk and multi-staged approach delivers key project benefit analysis and cost justification, simultaneously limiting initial investment and contractual risks. This chapter describes practical aspects how to conduct the study and how use in practice the knowledge and approaches described in the previous chapters.
|Book||Domański Paweł: Control Performance Assessment: Theoretical Analyses and Industrial Practice, 2020, Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-23592-5, 367 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-23593-2|
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