|General Recipes as Contracts with Manufacturing|
|Presented at the WBF North American Conference, April, 7–10, 2002 by|
|Dennis BrandlBR&L Consultingdnbrandl@brlconsulting.com208 Townsend Ct, Suite 200,Cary, NC 27511 USA|
General Recipes (GRs) are ISA-88’s definition of how to document the way a product is manufactured without specifying the exact production equipment. GRs are transformed into master recipes through an engineering process, and they can often map to a wide range of physical equipment layouts. The target equipment varies in unit layout, level of automation, physical properties, and process control capability. Usually, local engineers with a deep understanding of the target process cell layout do the transformation ...