Process Systems Analysis and Control

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McGraw-Hill, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 566 pages
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This text is intended for a course in Process Dynamics and Control or Advanced Control offered at the undergraduate level. This revision preserves the clear, concise coverage of process control concepts, beginning with an easy-to-understand presentation of open-loop systems and continuing on to the more interesting responses of closed-loop systems. The book moves on to more advanced topics such as frequency response, advanced control strategies, controller tuning, sampled-data systems, state-space methods, and non-linear control - topics considered basic for a good foundation in process control.

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