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eBook Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide ePub

by Gregory K. McMillan

  • ISBN: 1556177267
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Gregory K. McMillan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Isa (June 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 124
  • ePub book: 1144 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1770 kb
  • Other: mobi lrf azw lit
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 136

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Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide is a portable, concise summary of all the practical considerations for tuning loops including:, step-by-step descriptions of the best field-proven tuning procedures, a table of typical tuning settings, a summary of valve performance problems, logic diagrams fo. .

Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide is a portable, concise summary of all the practical considerations for tuning loops including:, step-by-step descriptions of the best field-proven tuning procedures, a table of typical tuning settings, a summary of valve performance problems, logic diagrams for troubleshooting and, over 30 rules of thumb This quick reference guide also includes a discussion of how tuning. changes with the type of process, loop, and advanced regulatory control

Gregory K. McMillan,CAP, is a retired Senior Fellow from Solutia/Monsanto where he worked in engineering technology on process control improvement.

Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. Gregory K. Greg was also an affiliate professor for Washington University in Saint Louis.

Pocket Guide to Good Tuning. by Gregory K. McMillan. Every practicing instrument, process control, and process engineer will want to have this practical and to the point pocket guide on good tuning

Pocket Guide to Good Tuning. Every practicing instrument, process control, and process engineer will want to have this practical and to the point pocket guide on good tuning.

Good Tuning: A Pocket Gu.has been added to your Cart. Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide Paperback – 30 November 2015. McMillan (Author).

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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: ISA. Binding: Paperback. Synopsis: Every practicing instrument, process control, and process engineer will want to have this practical and to the point pocket guide on good tuning.

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Every practicing instrument, process control, and process engineer will want to have this practical and to the point pocket guide on control loop tuning. Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide is a portable, concise summary of all the practical considerations for tuning loops including:

• step-by-step descriptions of the best field-proven tuning procedures • a table of typical tuning settings • a summary of valve performance problems • logic diagrams for troubleshooting and • over 30 rules of thumb

This quick reference guide also includes a discussion of how tuning changes with the type of process, loop, and advanced regulatory control. Wherever you have data and tuning access, it enables you to estimate the settings for configuring new loops to review and improve the tuning of existing loops.

Comments

saafari saafari
This is advertised as 75 rules for good tuning. Unfortunately most of the rules are for specific applications that would be obvious to someone working on the system and be considered at the design stage. Hard to imagine this book was written for the novice without reference support, or the more experienced being so brief. The physical size makes it difficult to keep one's place in the book. Better to buy a classical book on control theory than this one..
Conjuril Conjuril
Welcome to the wonderful world of Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) controllers. This guide covers the key points and provides more than 70 rules of thumb for tuning PID controllers, while pointing out and blowing away some common myths about process control.

Every individual involved in Instrumentation, Automation and Process Control will find this handy reference useful.