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Every practicing instrument, process control and process engineer will want to have this practical and to-the-point pocket guide on good tuning. Good Tuning, A Pocket Guide, Fourth Edition is a portable, concise summary of all the practical considerations for tuning loops. It includes step-by-step descriptions of the three best field-proven tuning procedures, a table of typical tuning settings, a summary of valve performance problems, logic diagrams for trouble-shooting, and more than 70 rule of thumb. The PID controller has an incredible number of options and parameters besides tuning settings. Most of the power of the PID remains untapped. This fourth edition provides the means to address difficult situations, meet different objectives, deal with a window of allowable controller gains, achieve more robustness, and the basis to get the most out of today s more powerful software tools for auto-tuning and adaptive control. The understanding of the interrelationship between the process, tuning, performance, and PID features enables automation and process engineers to work together to improve process efficiency and capacity.
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Greg is a retired Senior Fellow from Solutia Inc. During his 33 year career with Monsanto Com-pany and its spin off Solutia Inc, he specialized in improving loop performance, controller tuning, valve dynamics, opportunity assessments, dynamic simulation, fermentor control, pH control, and reactor control. Greg is the author of more than 80 articles and papers and 20 funny and serious books. His latest technical books are Advanced Temperature Measurement and Control - 2nd Edition, 101 Tips for a Successful Automation Career, and Advances in Reactor Measurement and Control. He is the author of the ISA best sellers, Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide, Advanced Control Unleashed, and The Funnier Side of Retirement for Engineers and People of the Technical Persuasion. He has contributed to several handbooks, is the editor of the Process/Industrial Instrumentation and Controls handbook, and has written a monthly Control Talk column for Control and has written over 30 articles for Control and InTech since 2002. Greg posts blogs on the Control Global site and insights on International Society of Automation (ISA) Interchange site. As an affiliate Professor of Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri from 2001 to 2003, he developed a virtual plant and course on modeling and control as practiced in the process industry for chemical engineers using the book Advanced Control Unleashed.Greg is an ISA Fellow and received the ISA Kermit Fischer Environmental Award for pH control in 1991, the Control magazine Engineer of the Year Award for the Process Industry in 1994, and was one of the first inductees into the Control Magazine Process Automation Hall of Fame in 2001. Greg was honored as one of InTech s 50 most influential innovators for advancing automation and control technologies and received the ISA Life Time Achievement Award in 2010. He received a B.S. from Kansas University in 1969 in Engineering Physics and a M.S. from Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla) in 1976 in Electrical Engi-neering (Control Theory). Greg contracts as a consultant at Emerson Process Management through CDI Process and Industrial and is a part time consultant at MYNAH Technologies. Greg was the program committee chair for ISA Auto-mation Week 2011.
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Book Description International Society of Automation, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1941546439