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Automatic process control for chemical engineers

N. H. Ceaglske

Automatic process control for chemical engineers

by N. H. Ceaglske

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English


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Statementby N.H. Ceaglske.
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The authors discuss both introductory and advanced control strategies, and show how to apply those strategies in industrial examples drawn from their own. This book is intended both for interested nonspecialists who wish to become acquainted with the discipline of process control engineering and for process control engineers, who should find it helpful in identifying individual tasks and organizing them into a coherent whole.

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