GRAPHICAL PROGRAMMING AUTOMATES PRODUCTION RESEARCH WORK STATIONS

David B. Burnett BP Research Houston Recent conversion to graphic programming allows BP Research's Westport laboratory, Houston, better control of experiments investigating oil and gas production problems. Graphical programming gives more consistent and accurate experimental results, with fewer mistakes and repetitions. The software requires less operator attention and lessens errors in reading and analyzing data. For process model apparatus, this software eliminates the long-standing gap

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