Instrument Engineers' Handbook, Third Edition: Process Control provides information pertinent to control hardware, including transmitters, controllers, control valves, displays, and computer systems. This book presents the control theory and shows how the unit processes of distillation and chemical reaction should be controlled. Organized into eight chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the method needed for the state-of-the-art practice of process control. This text then examines the relative merits of digital and analog displays and computers. Other chapters consider the basic industrial annunciators and other alarm systems, which consist of multiple individual alarm points that are connected to a trouble contact, a logic module, and a visual indicator. This book discusses as well the data loggers available for process control applications. The final chapter deals with the various pump control systems, the features and designs of variable-speed drives, and the metering pumps. This book is a valuable resource for engineers.This information is required to facilitate PLC selection and sizing for specific applications. ... The point-topoint wiring diagram (Figure 6.5j) will be used by the panel shop and the installation contractor to make the I/O device interconnect. Panelanbsp;...
|Author||:||Béla G. Lipták|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2013-10-02|