Essentials of process control

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Science - 584 pages
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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WILLIAM L. LUYBEN, PhD, is Professor of Chemical Engineering at Lehigh University. In addition to thirty-eight years of teaching, Dr. Luyben spent nine years as an engineer with Exxon and DuPont. Over the years, he has written eight books and more than 200 papers. He was the 2004 recipient of the Computing Practice Award from the CAST Division of the AIChE and was elected in 2005 to the Process Automation Hall of Fame.

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