25 episodes

*Voted one of the Top 20 Instrumentation Podcasts of 2021* If you work with controls as an Operator, Engineer, Maintenance Person, or Plant Manager, this podcast is for you. Our focus is on answering real questions and solving real problems with real controls experts. We will cover topics such as unit startup issues, alarm rationalization, loop tuning, instrumentation calibration, various system overviews, component breakdowns, and much more.

If you have any questions or ideas for a future topic send me a message on LinkedIn or email me at Michelle.Rosinski@BakerHughes.com.

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*Voted one of the Top 20 Instrumentation Podcasts of 2021* If you work with controls as an Operator, Engineer, Maintenance Person, or Plant Manager, this podcast is for you. Our focus is on answering real questions and solving real problems with real controls experts. We will cover topics such as unit startup issues, alarm rationalization, loop tuning, instrumentation calibration, various system overviews, component breakdowns, and much more.

If you have any questions or ideas for a future topic send me a message on LinkedIn or email me at Michelle.Rosinski@BakerHughes.com.

    Nuclear Energy Part 4 – Fusion is Fun!

    Nuclear Energy Part 4 – Fusion is Fun!

    This is the final episode of a 4-part series on nuclear energy with my guest Paul Rix. In this episode we discuss Fusion – its history, challenges, and current status. We even get to hear what it sounds like. We end with a summary of the key points from the overall series. You won’t want to miss this exciting conclusion!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Nuclear Energy Part 3 – Future of Fission Continued

    Nuclear Energy Part 3 – Future of Fission Continued

    This is the third episode of a 4-part series on nuclear energy with my guest Paul Rix. In this episode we continued with our discussion on fission technologies of the future including fast neutron reactors, high temperature gas, TRISO fuel, and Thorium. The intent of this series is to give listeners a sufficient understanding of the political, economic, technical, and scientific aspects around nuclear energy to form educated opinions on how it fits into green energy and the energy transition.

    • 59 min
    Nuclear Energy Part 2 – Accidents and the Future of Fission

    Nuclear Energy Part 2 – Accidents and the Future of Fission

    The second episode of a 4-part series on nuclear energy with my guest Paul Rix. In this episode we continued to discuss some of the challenges facing nuclear – namely the major accidents that have occurred, potential for misuse, and public perception. Then we moved into some of the ongoing and future advancements expected in Fission technology, including small modular reactors or SMRs. The intent of this series is to give listeners a sufficient understanding of the political, economic, technical, and scientific aspects around nuclear energy to form educated opinions on how it fits into green energy and the energy transition.

    • 1 hr
    Nuclear Energy Part 1 – Atomic Structure and History

    Nuclear Energy Part 1 – Atomic Structure and History

    The first of a 4-part series on nuclear energy with my guest Paul Rix. In this episode we cover the nitty gritty of atomic structure and stability, the history of nuclear power, how fission technology works and we start on some of its challenges. The intent of this series is to give listeners a sufficient understanding of the political, economic, technical, and scientific aspects around nuclear energy to form educated opinions on how it fits into green energy and the energy transition.

    • 48 min
    DCS or PLC, The Age-Old Question

    DCS or PLC, The Age-Old Question

    Have you ever wondered if you should be using a Distributed Control System (DCS) or a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for your application? Well, look no further because my guest for this episode, Nate Martin, will answer this question and more! Topics include differences between DCS and PLCs, as well as pros and cons of each with applications and examples. 

    • 34 min
    Industrial Cybersecurity Part 3: Tools for Implementing your Cybersecurity Plan

    Industrial Cybersecurity Part 3: Tools for Implementing your Cybersecurity Plan

    In part 1 of this series, we discussed emerging threats and attack vectors facing the industrial automation space. In part 2 we covered Operational Technology (or OT) and how to move from a reactive approach to cybersecurity to a proactive approach. In Part 3 we’ll cover specific tools that can be used to address challenges and implement a cybersecurity plan with my guest, Mohammed Al Afoo. Techniques discussed include non-repudiation, anomaly detection, perimeter protection, allow-listing, and more. 

    • 40 min

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