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  1. Dear.... I have a Question.... I have a continues batch process, marked by an UNIQUE Batch ID (Bleu stepped line) and I need to perform calculation per Batch ID. How would I do that.... Calculation: tot rejects per batch, per signal !!!..... but.... look closely.(SEE SECOND image...)... the batch step is triggered at the start of the filling process.... and some of the reject counter may still be working on the previous batch.... TIPS and TRICKS are welcom....
  2. Overview Often times two (or more) units that the same products and unit procedures. This is common in continuous processes that are running a specific "grade"; also in batch processes that are manufacturing the same product ID. Since they are identical pieces of equipment or units, the “profiles” of critical process parameters are similar and we want to use profiles from multiple units for our reference profile. In this example we will create a profile from 2 units - the same process can be applied for additional units ad infinitum. Then we will apply this profile to a running batch to
  3. Hi All, I'm dealing with batch data ,where in i need to get a batch duration ( which is not fixed for all the batches data). Do we have any ways to get a capsule for each of the batches duration to distinguish all the batches separately. Regards, Jitesh Vachheta
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