Instrument Engineers' Handbook, Volume Two: Process Control and Optimization
Bela G. Liptak
CRC Press, Oct 8, 2018 - Technology & Engineering - 2464 pages
The latest update to Bela Liptak's acclaimed "bible" of instrument engineering is now available. Retaining the format that made the previous editions bestsellers in their own right, the fourth edition of Process Control and Optimization continues the tradition of providing quick and easy access to highly practical information. The authors are practicing engineers, not theoretical people from academia, and their from-the-trenches advice has been repeatedly tested in real-life applications. Expanded coverage includes descriptions of overseas manufacturer's products and concepts, model-based optimization in control theory, new major inventions and innovations in control valves, and a full chapter devoted to safety. With more than 2000 graphs, figures, and tables, this all-inclusive encyclopedic volume replaces an entire library with one authoritative reference. The fourth edition brings the content of the previous editions completely up to date, incorporates the developments of the last decade, and broadens the horizons of the work from an American to a global perspective.
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A1 International System of Units
A2 Engineering Conversion Factors
A3 Chemical Resistance of Materials
A4 Composition of Metallic and Other Materials
A5 Steam and Water Tables
A6 Friction Loss in Pipes
A7 Tank Volumes
A8 Partial List of Suppliers
Chapter 5 PLCs and Other Logic Devices
Chapter 6 Control Valve Selection and Sizing
Chapter 7 Regulators and Final Control Elements
Chapter 8 Control and Optimization of Unit Operations
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Instrument Engineers' Handbook, Fourth Edition, Volume Two: Process Control ...
Bela G. Liptak
No preview available - 2005
Adaptive Control adjustment alarm amplifier analog analog computer annunciator applications automatic block cascade Chemical circuit closed-loop components configuration constant control algorithm control loop control system controlled variable controller output converter dead device digital control display dynamic electrical electronic Equation error example expert system feedforward Fieldbus filter flow frequency fuzzy logic gain industrial input instruments integral interface limit linear load manipulated variable manual measurement method MFA controller mode Model Predictive Control module Neural Networks noise nonlinear normal operator optimization oscillation output signal panel parameters performance PID controller plant pneumatic Predictive Control pressure Process Control process model process variable proportional range ratio reactor relay Research Triangle Park reset response sensor set point shown in Figure simulation steady-state step response switch techniques telemetry temperature tion transducer transfer function transmitter tuning unit voltage wire zero
Page 57 - Cn indicates the total time of exposure at a specified noise level, and Tn indicates the total time of exposure permitted at that level.
Page 57 - When the daily noise exposure is composed of two or more periods of noise exposure of different levels, their combined effect should be considered, rather than the individual effect of each. If the sum of the following fractions: C1/T1+C2/T2 * ' ' Cn/Tn exceeds unity, then, the mixed exposure should be considered to exceed the limit value.
Page xxxiv - Code, will not permit arcs, sparks or heat otherwise generated or liberated inside of the enclosure, to cause ignition of exterior accumulations or atmospheric suspensions of a specified dust on or in the vicinity of the enclosure.