Boiler control systems

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 161 pages
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Boiler Control Systems provides definitive information on the design, implementation, maintenance, & operation of large-scale control systems for boilers. It forms a bridge between the disciplines of the electronics engineer & the plant engineer to enable each to understand the issues involved. The book deals first with plant engineering issues, then moves on to consider control systems themselves, & finally a wide range of practical considerations such as commercial aspects, measurements & site considerations. Boiler Control Systems will be of immense use to boiler designers, systems engineers in process control, plant owners, operators, & maintenance staff.

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Contents

POWERSTATION PLANT
6
MODULATING CONTROL SYSTEMS
38
ANCILLARY SYSTEMS
109
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