A feasibility study is carried ou+ on some small, many medium and almost all large process control systems. The process owner, user or designer may use this study to formulate, state or clear-up the main points of a future computerized process. The results may be described as follows: A feasibility study begins by issuance of the design task that states (1) the process to be computerized, (2) possible tasks of process computerization, (3) time and space margins for process computerization, and (4) service or the person responsible for the coordination of work on the feasibility study.
KeywordsProcess Control System Tangible Benefit Cost Quantification Intangible Benefit Computer Control System
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