Essentials of process control
This text contains a very practical engineering orientation with many real-world industrial control examples and problems. Coverage includes plantwide control and the interactions between steady-state design and dynamic controllability. MATLAB is used as a computer-aided analysis tool. Additionally, many examples and an extensive selection of problems are included.
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parti Time Domain Dynamics and Control
Conventional Control Systems and Hardware
Advanced Control Systems
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