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VITTO R.

 KRISLASKY

Emerson Performance Solutions
Atlanta Solutions Center
6240 Shiloh Road
Alpharetta, GA 30005
(770) 458­4535

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

Fourteen   years   experience   in   Pulp   and   Paper   Industry,   twelve   years   experience   in   the 
Textile,   Power   and   Utility,   and   Steel   Industry.     Well   versed   in   the   design   of   electrical, 
instrumentation and process control systems and their applications to industry.  Expertise in 
conceptual   planning,   systems   integration,   and   system   architectures   design.     Expertise 
combined   with   creativity  in   optimization   systems,   artificial  intelligence,   and   mathematical 
process modeling. 

SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE:

EMERSON PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS (1991 ­ PRESENT)
(Includes ORION CEM, INC.   1991 ­ 1999)
Atlanta, Georgia
Senior Consultant, Senior Product Manager

Responsible for overall project and project team management in providing process control, 
conceptual   planning,   optimization   systems,   process   modeling,   instrumentation   and 
engineering services.  Selected references are:

MeadWestvaco Corporation
Luke, MD
­ Senior   Consultant   for   conceptual   planning,   design,   implementation,   and 
start­up of the process control and optimization systems for Kraft digester 
house based on Delta V DCS and Modicon PLC.

IP
Pine Bluff, AR
­ Senior Consultant for design, implementation, and start­up of the process 
control and optimization systems for Kraft digester house based on APACS 
DCS.
Interstate Paper
Riceboro, GA
­ Senior   Consultant   for   conceptual   planning,   design,   implementation,   and 
start­up of the process control and optimization systems for Kraft digester 
house based on Delta V DCS.

Rayonier
Jesup, GA
­ Senior   Consultant   for   conceptual   planning,   design,   implementation,   and 
start­up   of   the   process   control   and   optimization   systems   for   “A”   line 
pressurized screens and knotters.
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Experience (continued)

Rayonier
Fernandina Beach, FL
­ Senior   Consultant   for   digester   house   quality   improvement,   include 
mathematical   process   modeling,   advanced   control,   and   optimization. 
Project is based on MOORE DCS.

WEYERHAEUSER.
New Bern,NC
­ Consultant   for   design   and   implementation   of   the   process   control   and 
optimization   system   for   recovery   boiler,   power   boiler,   and   energy 
management   system.   System   design   included   the   CyberRECOVERY, 
CyberPOWER,   CyberENERGY,   and   CyberHeader   products.   The   control 
strategies were implemented on the RS­3 DCS.

ABITIBI.
Lufkin, Texas
­ Consultant for design, implementation, and start­up of the process control 
and   optimization   system   CyberCOOK   for   Kraft   digester   house   based   on 
PROVOX DCS with the POC operator interface.

AMBRO.
Suceava, ROMANIA
­ Consultant   for   design   and   implementation   of   the   process   control   and 
optimization system for two recovery boilers, two evaporator lines, and one 
concentrator   line.   System   design   included   the   basic   BMS   and 
CyberRECOVERY. The control strategies were implemented on the Delta­V 
DCS.

Smurfit ­ Stone Container Corporation.
Brewton, ALABAMA
- Consultant for conceptual design of the integrated computer system for mill­
wide environmental reporting “CyberGREEN”.

Fort James Inc.
Old Town, ME
- Consultant for design and implementation of the "Load  Shed System" for 
power boiler based on MOD­300.
James Maclaren Industries Inc., NEXFOR
Thurso Pulp
Thurso, Quebec, Canada
­ Consultant for design, implementation, and start­up of the process control 
and optimization system for Kraft digester house  based  on BAILEY  DCS 
and Allen­Bradley PLC­5.

Wausau Papers
Brokaw, WI
- Consultant for conceptual planning of the pulping process modifications and 
restructuring, design, implementation,  and  start­up of the process  control 
and   optimization   system   for   sulfite   digester   house   based   on   FOXBORO 
DCS.
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Experience (continued)

Rayonier
Fernandina Beach, FL
­ Consultant for conceptual planning, design, implementation, and start­up of 
the process control and optimization systems for acid plant and sulfite 
digester house based on MOORE DCS and Wonderware.

Carolina Power & Light Company (CP&L)
Roxboro, NC
­ Senior Project Engineer for design, implementation and start­up of BMS 
and Low NOx System for Unit #2 (680 Mwt Coal Boiler).

Ketchikan Pulp Company
Ketchikan, AK
­ Senior Project Engineer for design and implementation of control system for 
ECF/TCF Bleach Plant based on Allen­Bradley PLC­5 and Wonderware.

Fraser, Inc. 
Edmundston, N.B., Canada
­ Senior   Project   Engineer   for   implementation   and   start­up   sulfite   digesters 
optimization system based on Rosemount RS­3 and Allen­Bradley PLC­5.

Weyerhaeuser Paper Company
Rothchild, Wisconsin
­ Senior Project Engineer for design and implementation of sulfite digesters 
optimization system, based on Fisher Provox distributed control system with 
OWP in multi window environment.

Scott Paper Company
Everett, Washington
­ Senior Project Engineer for design of functional specification for sulfite 
digesters optimization system, based on Honeywell TDC­3000 and Modicon 
PLC.

ITT Rayonier, Inc.
Fernandina Division
Fernandina Beach, Florida
­ Senior Project Engineer for study of Fiber Line (Acid Plant, Digester house 
and Bleach Plant) automation and optimization systems.

Tembec
Temiscaming, Quebec, Canada
- Project   Engineer   for   study   of   Bleach   Plant   automation   and   optimization 
systems based on Fisher Provox distributed control system.

­ Project   engineer   for   design   automation,   optimization,   and   start­up   of   the 


Sulfite digester house.   The project was implemented using Fisher Provox 
System and AB PLC­5/40.
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 Experience (continued)

Gist­Brocades
Delft, The Netherlands
­ Project   engineer   for   a   complex   batch   penicillin   modification   process, 
including all associated distillation columns, centrifuges, dryers, and utilities. 
The project was implemented using a Taylor MOD 300 DCS, Taylor Remote 
I/O, and IBM PC interface.  Responsible for all aspects of the configuration, 
installation, and documentation of the MOD­300 system.

ABB­ASEA BROWN BOVERI PROCESS AUTOMATION (1989­1991)
(former COMBUSTION ENGINEERING)
Atlanta, Georgia

FEDERAL PAPER, INC.
­ Senior   Design   Application   Engineer.     Design   AUTOCOOK   application 
software and start­up of the two digester houses.

GEORGIA PACIFIC, BELLINGHAM, WA
­ Design Application Engineer.  Design application software for the digesters 
house and acid preparation plant.  Application software design in the MOD­
300 distributed control system with Taylor Remote input­output sections.

INDUSTRIAL TEXTILE FACTORY (1988 ­ 1989)
Kharkov, USSR
Senior Project Engineer

Responsible for design, installation, start­up, and maintenance of automatic control systems 
at the factory.

LITHUANIAN TEXTILE TRADE CORPORATION (1984 ­ 1988)
Vilnius, Lithuania
Senior Project Engineer

Responsible   for   design,   installation,   and   maintenance   of   centralized   inventory   tracing 


system   integrated   with   PLCs   and   robotic   equipment   for   selection   and   distribution   rolls, 
boxes and other textile products inside of several facilities in Lithuania.
HEAVY INDUSTRY ELECTRIC CORPORATION (1981 ­ 1984)
Kharkov, USSR
Senior Electrical Engineer

Responsible for electrical part of the various projects for industrial enterprises.  Design and 
supervision of the installation of instrumentation  and  electrical equipment integrated with 
SIEMENCE electrical drive system for the largest European rolling (steel) mill in Gdanov.

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL STEEL CORPORATION (1976 ­ 1981)
Kharkov, USSR
Electrical Engineer

Design of electrical circuits for M.E.C., artificial lighting, power distribution, instrumentation 
panels, and grounding systems for various steel mills.
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Education

EDUCATION

Vilnius Institute of Postgraduate Education, Lithuania (1984­1985)
School: Automatic Control Systems
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING

Kharkov Institute of Municipal Engineering (1970­1975)
Diploma: Electrical Engineer
Educational Credential evaluated in United States by WES, New York.

USA Engineering Courses:

­ PlantWeb University, on­line (08/2003)

­ Delta­V Advanced Control. EPS, Atlanta, GA (06/2002)

­ Delta­V MPC Advanced Control. EPS, Atlanta, GA (01/2002)

­ Delta­V Advanced Control. EPS, Atlanta, GA (05/2000)

­ Delta­V Foundation Fieldbus. Engineering and Design.
  Fisher­Rosemount, Atlanta, GA (10/1999)

­ Delta­V Distributed Control System. System Engineering.
  Fisher­Rosemount , Austin, TX (08/1999)

­ TAPPI Sharpening Your Presentation Skills.
  San Francisco, CA (10/1997) 

­ Effective Personal Productivity.  LMI, Atlanta, GA (1996).

­ Rosemount RS­3 Distributed Control System.  System Engineers.
  Laurentide Controls, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (08/1995)

­ PROVOX Distributed Control System.  System Engineers.
  Houston, Texas  (07/1994)

­ Delivering “Knock Your Socks Off” Service.
  American Management Association, Atlanta, GA (1994).

­ HONEYWELL TDC­3000 Distributed Control System.
  System Engineers, Houston, Texas (12/1993)

­ Allen­Bradley "PLC­5 Family Accelerated", Atlanta,
  Georgia (12/1992)

­ PROVOX Distributed Control System.  System Engineers. 
  Laurentide Controls, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (11/1991)
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Education (continued), Publications, Affiliations

­ TAYLOR MOD­300  Distributed Control System.  Taylor control
  language, Rochester, New York (08/90).

­ ISA Professional training program.  Boilers and boiler control
  application, Atlanta, Georgia (03/90).

­ TAYLOR MOD­300  Distributed Control System.
  System Engineers, Rochester, New York (12/89).

PUBLICATIONS:

“Maximum Achievable Control Technology of Sulfite Pulping”.
TAPPI Proceedings 1997.  Book 1. (381­384)

"Use of Process­Control Systems for Inventory Tracing and 
Maintenance Applications".  Magazine "Business Trade" No 1, 1987.

"C.A.E. for Power Distribution and Lighting Systems".  Magazine
"Lighting Engineering" No. 8, 1979.

AFFILIATIONS

Member Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI)
Membership No. 920350

Member Instrument Society of America
Membership No. 04096696