Articles

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  • Tricky level applications on the rise

    Level measurement is as old as the Nile, but some application problems simply will not go away. Editor in Chief Walt Boyes provides his thoughts on the results of the recent ControlGlobal.com Web Poll.

    02/02/2005
  • Process analytics: A U.K. initiative

    Littlejohn’s third remedy is sure to be much more controversial and fraught with complexity: A new way for instrument vendors to charge for on-stream analytical data.

    02/01/2005
  • Analysts say flowmeter sales are growing

    In this month's Product Roundup, CONTROL Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt taps into the flowmeter market and discovers that although traditional markets are creeping along, Asian sales are booming.

    01/04/2005
  • The hard road to our competitive edge, Part II

    In Part II of his Lessons Learned column, Béla Lipták describes one of the many small steps process control professionals should take on the difficult, but necessary road to recapturing our competitive edge.

    01/03/2005
  • Technical reference series on measurement and control

    ControlGlobal.com has partnered with Omega Engineering to make the Transactions in Measurement and Control technical reference series available for free download. Add Volume I: Non-contact Temperature Measurement to your reference shelf and watch this spot to download future editions of this popular educational series.

    12/20/2004
  • Fine tuning the multivariable way

    CONTROL Contributing Editor Wayne Labs takes a look at multivariable pressure transmitters that provide critical process information and meet regulatory specifications.

    12/06/2004
  • Once upon a time in Iraq

    This month's installment of Tales From the Front takes us to Iraq, circa 1962, where a control engineer had to solve an instrumentation cabling problem that was somewhat less easy to do in practice.

    12/01/2004
  • The hard road to our competitive edge, Part I

    Lessons Learned columnist Béla Lipták describes one of the many small steps process control professionals should take on the difficult, but necessary road to recapturing our competitive edge.

    11/17/2004
  • Should valves be integrated?

    CONTROL Senior Technical Editor Dan Hebert, PE, ponders integrated valves and wonders whether end users would prefer to pay a cost premium for a complete and assembled valve system.

    Dan Hebert, PE, Senior Technical Editor
    11/12/2004
  • Advanced pH measurement and control

    This comprehensive treatment of applied instrumentation and control covers all the bases and is presented to more fully educate the industry in basic theories and technologies.

    Gregory K. McMillan and Robert A. Cameron
    10/28/2004
  • Get your ducts in a row

    Readers of CONTROL respond with comments, suggestions and a solution to the problem: What can we do to get six identical air flows from our air plennum splitting system?

    10/26/2004
  • Banging and rapping

    Control Talk columnists McMillan and Weiner maintain there are better ways for bangers and rappers to take readings other than hitting large case instruments with channel-locks.

    10/21/2004
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