Process Instrumentation Applications Manual

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McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 364 pages
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Time to invest in new instruments and controls? Before you make your move, consult the process control engineer's #1 decision-maker! When it comes to selecting process instruments, you can't afford to make the wrong decision. And, with McGraw-Hill's new Process Instrumentation Applications Manual as your guide, you never will again--we guarantee it! From making hardware decisions to taking process measurements to dealing with system deviations, this powerful decision-maker has you covered!

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How Instruments are Selected
Process Measurements

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