Control Systems Engineer Technical Reference Handbook - $89.00
Author(s): Chuck Cornell, PE, CAP, PMP
Publication Date: 2012
Type Available: Paperback
Details: Softbound, 480 pages
This book is an excellent technical reference guide for the control systems professional, as well as a study aid for the CSE Professional Engineer Exam. It provides a detailed insightful view into the fields of measurement, final control elements, signals/transmission/networking, automation/control systems, relief devices, codes /standards such as NEC, NFPA 70E, hazardous areas, safety instrumented systems, and basic electrical (motors and UPS topologies). Additionally includes sample problems/solutions for use in preparation for the CSE PE Exam.
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