Chemical Process Control: An Introduction to Theory and Practice

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Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 696 pages
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A thorough overview of all aspects of chemical process control - process modeling, dynamic analyses of processing systems, a large variety of control schemes, synthesis of multivariable control configurations for single units and complete chemical plants, analysis and design of digital computer control systems.

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User Review  - Ahmad Ashkaibi - Goodreads

This was our textbook back in college. It was fair good but not well-arranged. The examples it provides is merely vague and lack a lot of important details. It's although a comprehensive book about process control and it's very good for advanced courses.. Read full review

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User Review  - Siddharth - Goodreads

Must for process engineers Read full review

Contents

Dynamic Behavior of SecondOrder
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Design Aspects of a Process Control
12
Hardware for a Process Control System
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Stephanopoulos co-chaired President Clinton's election campaign and worked in the White House while still in his 20s. He is currently a visiting professor at Columbia University and a political analyst for ABC News.

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