EVRI-thing You Need to Know About Batch Analysis
July 28, 2022
Our webinar series continues on Thursday, July 28 with “EVRI-thing You Need to Know About Batch Analysis.” Batch chemical processes are ubiquitous in the pharmaceutical, agricultural and chemical process industries. Batch process data can, however, be problematic. It typically includes start-up and shut-down phases that are not of interest, periods of “steady-state” where not much is changing and some batches take longer to reach maturity than others. This means that data record lengths generally vary batch-to-batch.
This webinar will describe two tools available in Solo’s Batch Analysis tool set: Summary PCA (SPCA) and Batch Maturity. SPCA is a simple modeling approach used for batch-to-batch monitoring whereas Batch Maturity is useful for real-time monitoring of within batch evolution. Join Eigenvector Vice-president Neal B. Gallagher and Senior Developer Donal O’Sullivan for an in-depth discussion of this important topic.
In this webinar we’ll discuss:
- Batch chemical processes and structure of batch data
- Analysis or monitoring?
- Roadblocks to analysis
- Types of models
- –Summary PCA (SPCA)
- –Batch Maturity
- Some examples
We will include some live demos with PLS_Toolbox/Solo to show you how to use our batch analysis tools.
Register for “EVRI-thing You Need to Know About Batch Analysis” through your existing Eigenvector account, or create one. The webinar is free, but you must register to attend. Find the webinar near the bottom of the page under the “Purchase” tab.
A question and answer session will follow the webinar. Don’t miss your chance to quiz Neal, Donal and the Eigen-Guys about how to model batch data for monitoring and prediction.
Reserve your seat today. The webinar will be live on Thursday, July 28, at 7:00am PDT, (that’s 16:00 CEST). We will send you a WebEx invitation the day before the webinar. We hope you can attend live, but if you sign up and can’t make it, we’ll send you a link to view the recording the day after the webinar.