Practical Process Control introduces process control to engineers and technicians unfamiliar with control techniques, providing an understanding of how to actually apply control in a real industrial environment. It avoids analytical treatment of the numerous statistical process control techniques to concentrate on the practical problems involved. A practical approach is taken, making it relevant in virtually all manufacturing and process industries.
There is currently no information readily available to practising engineers or students that discusses the real problems and such material is long overdue.
- An indispensable guide for all those involved in process control
- Includes equipment specification, troubleshooting, system specification and design
- Provided with guidelines of HOW TO and HOW NOT TO install process control
Professional industrial engineers of all disciplines at all levels - e. g. engineering managers, technicians, apprentices. Postgraduate manufacturing/process engineering students
What type of process - what kind of control?
Cyclic (on/off) control
Programmable logic control (PLC) systems
Distributed control systems (DCS)
Operator interfaces, displays and graphics
Choice of system and installation
Engineering check-out. pre-commissioning
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1998
- 26th June 1998
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Process Control Engineer, Derbyshire, UK