Successful Instrumentation and Control Systems Design, 2nd Edition (with CD) - $119.00
Author(s): Michael D. Whitt
Publication Date: 2012
Type Available: Paperback
Details: Softbound, 350 pages
Whether you’re designing a new instrumentation and control (I&C) system, or migrating an existing control system along an upgrade path, you need to have a well-conceived design package—the engineering deliverables and the design process that creates them. This book describes the ideal design package and delves into the business of design engineering. It provides you with a roadmap to understanding the design process, the elements of a successful project, the specific issues to address in a well-designed I&C system, and the engineering products that enable practical design and successful maintenance. As nearly $65 billion worth of automation systems near the end of their traditional life cycle, the necessity of understanding the design process has never been more critical to engineers, technicians, and managers. Successful Instrumentation and Control Systems Design, Second Edition will help you achieve that understanding.
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