Department of Chemical Engineering
B.Eng. McGill University (1953), Ph.D. University of Cambridge (1957),
Reconciliation of Process Measurements
The problem involved the optimal adjustment of measurements of process
flow rates and concentrations during steady state so that they were consistent
conservation laws and other constraints.
Since I retired I no longer accept any students at any level
Schraa, O. and C.M. Crowe, "The Numerical Solution of Bilinear Data
Problems using Unconstrained Optimization Methods," Comput. &
22, 1215-28 (1998).
Tong, H. and C.M. Crowe, "Detecting Persistent Gross Errors by Sequential
Analysis of Principal Components," AIChE J., 43, 1242-1249, (1997).
Crowe, C.M., "Data Reconciliation - Progress and Challenges,"
J. Proc. Control,
6, 89-98, (1996).
Crowe, C.M., "Formulation of Linear Data Reconciliation using Information
Chem. Eng. Sci., 51, 3359-3366 (1996).
Tong, H. and C.M. Crowe, "Detection of Gross Errors in Data Reconciliation
Principal Component Analysis", AIChE J., 41, 1712-1722, (1995).
Crowe, C.M., "Maximum Power Test for Gross Errors in the Original
in Data Reconciliation", Can. J. Chem. Eng., 70, No. 5, (1992).
Holly W., R. Cook and C.M. Crowe, "Reconciliation of Mass Flow Rate
Measurements in a Chemical Extraction Plant", Can. J. Chem. Eng.,
Crowe, C.M. "Test of Maximum Power for the Detection of Gross Errors
Constraints", AIChE J., 35, 869-872, (1989).
Crowe, C.M., "Observability and Redundancy of Process Data for Steady
Reconciliation", Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 2909-2917, (1989).
Crowe, C.M., "The Recursive Identification of Gross Errors in Linear
Reconciliation", AIChE J., 34, 541- 550, (1988).