Good Tuning: A Pocket Guide, 4th Edition - $47.00
Author(s): Gregory K. McMillan
Publication Date: 2015
Type Available: Paperback
Details: Softbound, 261 pages
This practical guide includes step-by-step descriptions of the three best, field-proven loop tuning procedures; a table of typical tuning settings; a summary of valve performance problems; logic diagrams for trouble-shooting; and more than 70 “rules of thumb.”
It addresses the interrelationship between the process, tuning, performance, and PID controller features—other than tuning settings—and how each can contribute to improving process efficiency and capacity.
Visit the International Society of Automation for more books on field-proven loop tuning procedures; typical tuning settings; valve performance; troubleshooting logic diagrams; and improving process efficiency and capacity.
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