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Process control Fundamentals

Process control Fundamentals

In almost all industrial process applications, control of process variables is critical to the safe and efficient operation of the...

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Control Valves I

Control Valves I

On June 11, 2008 at the Goodyear plant in Houston, TX, a heat exchanger violently ruptured due to an over pressurization caused by the...

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Linear and Mass Flow

Linear and Mass Flow

Linear meters, as the name implies, are a classification of flow meters that do not require square root extraction. The two main...

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Temperature Measurement I

Temperature Measurement I

Temperature measurement is critical to controlling equipment, processes, and other industrial applications. From power plants to...

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Intro to Actuators

Intro to Actuators

A single facility can have hundreds, if not thousands, of valves to control everything from turbine operation to ventilation, to...

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Actuator Principles of Operation

Actuator Principles of Operation

A single facility can have hundreds, if not thousands, of valves to control everything from turbine operation to ventilation, to...

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Integral, Derivate, and PID Control

Integral, Derivate, and PID Control

Offset error in proportional controllers is a problem when trying to maintain a process variable at an exact value. As we saw in the...

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Pressure Measurement

Pressure Measurement

Pressure is one of the fundamental parameters measured in industry. A typical industrial facility may have hundreds or even thousands...

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Intro to Flow Meas.

Intro to Flow Meas.

Flow measurement is one of the four fundamental parameters measured in industrial instrumentation that every technician needs to be...

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Head Flow Meters

Head Flow Meters

Head flow meters, or differential pressure flow meters, are the most common flow meters used in industrial facilities. It is estimated...

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Two Position and Proportional Control

Two Position and Proportional Control

Control of processes is accomplished by using a number of control strategies. Two of the most common methods of control that will be...

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Loop Tuning

Loop Tuning

In order for a control loop to operate as desired, it must first be tuned. Tuning a control loop is the act of adjusting the values of...

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Control Valves II

Control Valves II

Isolation or insufficient flow can result in instantaneous overpressurization and/or explosions; therefore, the proper positioning of...

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Control Valves III

Control Valves III

Flow reversals and improper flow rates can lead to equipment failure and destruction. By understanding valve operations and ensuring...

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Control System Architecture

Control System Architecture

Control loops, implemented with proportional, integral, or derivative control circuitry and simpler on/off system control points, are...

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Level Measurement I

Level Measurement I

Liquid level measurement is critical to the safe operation of a facility. The level measurements obtained are used to monitor and...

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Temperature Measurement II

Temperature Measurement II

There are many way to measure temperature. From the simple liquid-filled thermometer to the infrared pyrometer, there are a number of...

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Advance Controls Methods

Advance Controls Methods

While PI or PID control are the most common forms of control strategies used on control loops, there are some other control strategies...

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