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Process Monitoring Technology

A Process Manager’s Toolkit

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SwRI matches promising technologies, whether off-the-shelf or developmental, to the clientís challenge.

Numerous technologies for helping clients address technical challenges for monitoring a process have been developed by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). A portion of our many areas of expertise includes:

  • Electromagnetic wave applications (infrared, laser, microwave, and X-ray)

  • Ultrasonics

  • Chemical detection

  • Biosensors

  • Mechanical testing (viscosity, flowrate, texture, bend strength, and others)

  • Magnetic resonance

  • Eddy current detectors

  • Surface acoustic wave sensors

SwRI matches promising technologies, whether off-the-shelf or developmental, to the clientís challenge. This matching produces added-value solutions for the client.

 

Past work in these areas includes:

For more information about a process manager's toolkit, process monitoring technologies, or how you can contract with SwRI, please contact Clinton J. Thwing, at cthwing@swri.org or (210) 522-3989.
 

Contact Information

Clinton J. Thwing

Process Monitoring Technology

(210) 522-3989

cthwing@swri.org

processmonitoring.swri.org

Related Terminology

process monitoring

real-time
measurement

sensor technology

process control

process
instrumentation

production line

on-line measurement

at-line measurement

Sensor Systems and Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Technology Department

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10/06/16