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- 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 with conservation laws and other constraints.
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Crowe, C.M., "Maximum Power Test for Gross Errors in the Original Constraints in Data Reconciliation", Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 70, No. 5, (1992).
Holly W., R. Cook and C.M. Crowe, "Reconciliation of Mass Flow Rate Measurements in a Chemical Extraction Plant", Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 67, 595-601, (1989).
Crowe, C.M. "Test of Maximum Power for the Detection of Gross Errors in Process Constraints", AIChE Journal, 35, 869-872, (1989).
Crowe, C.M., "Observability and Redundancy of Process Data for Steady State Reconciliation", Chemical Engineering Science, 44, 2909-2917, (1989).
Crowe, C.M., "The Recursive Identification of Gross Errors in Linear Data Reconciliation", AIChE Journal, 34, 541- 550, (1988).