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on 'Calibration'

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  • Difficult Level Measurements

    “Ask the Experts” is moderated by noted process control authority Béla Lipták (liptakbela@aol.com), editor of the Instrument Engineer’s Handbook. In this column, he and his co-authors welcome questions concerning process measurement or control. Please include P&ID drawings using ISA symbols to illustrate questions where necessary.

    10/02/2007
  • Why calibration measurement software?

    Field calibration is faster and more accurate with digital calibrators and a CMS, but there’s a catch. Senior Tech Editor Dan Hebert, PE, reports on the state of the art in calibration systems for the operator.

    Dan Hebert
    04/06/2007
  • Something’s fishy at the water treatment plant

    The new Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta reuses millions of gallons of water and requires constant monitoring of its complex, closed-loop filtration system, ultimately leaving only small amounts of sludge.

    02/01/2007
  • Flashbacks

    In conjunction with their retirement motto of better late than never, Control Talk columnists McMillan and Weiner offer answers to the May and June Puzzlers, and the Top 10 signs your project is behind schedule.

    09/15/2006
  • The relay logic syndrome

    The coming together of nanotechnology, biology and medicine, information sciences, and cognitive sciences should give traditional automation and control devices new performance and capabilities.

    06/07/2006
  • HART 6: The very model of a modern calibrator?

    Can HART, version 6, turn your calibrator or field programmer into a primary asset management tool? CONTROL’s Ian Verhappen takes a closer look at the latest and greatest in field calibration.

    03/20/2006
  • The power of Velocity Limit (VL)

    This article argues that Velocity Limit (VL), which can be used to detect and take corrective action against faulty signals as part of an overall alarm strategy, is not being used as much as it should be.

    09/26/2005
  • Free Download of Technical Reference Book 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 Force-related Measurements to your reference shelf and watch this spot to download future editions of this popular educational series.

    05/20/2005
  • ISA <I>Transactions</I> abstracts on ControlGlobal.com

    ControlGlobal.com is pleased to publish abstracts from one of the very few scholarly journals in the process automation field. Keep pace with technology developments and applications from the world's experts.

    03/10/2005
  • Sensing trouble

    Editor in Chief Walt Boyes issues a cognitive dissonance alert! If you want to play in the big leagues and move into the process of control, you would do well to go back and concentrate on the fundamentals.

    03/02/2005
  • Save time and money with field calibrators

    Portable, handheld calibrators save time for technicians on site, OEMs, and large industrial engineering and construction companies. Contributing Editor Wayne Labs provides an in-depth report.

    03/02/2005
  • 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
  • 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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