Unscrambling Safety: The International Digital Edition of CONTROL for May 2006

Source: ControlGlobal.com

May 24, 2006

          May 2006

May 2006

The international Digital Edition of CONTROL magazine is now available online. Select the format of your choice from Flash, for high speed connections, HTML for online reading, and Adobe Acrobat .PDF format to download and read or print out at your convenience.

The Cover Story in May is "Unscrambling Safety" and takes an end-user-eye-view of the new ANSI/ISA S88 regulations, and their relationship to the IEC regs, and how end-users are supposed to implement these regulations going forward. The cover story is by Control's award-winning Senior Technical Editor, Rich Merritt.

Process Automation Hall of Famer Greg Shinskey writes of the power of External Reset. Control columnist and Process Automation Hall of Famer Greg McMillan writes on Advanced Process Control for Batching. And Margaret Walker, Ed Sederlund, Eric Cosman and Jerry Gipson from Dow share the second part of their series on the Dow Automation Learnings.

Control Executive Editor Jim Montague writes on Machine Health, Editor in Chief Walt Boyes takes on Immigration Reform, Senior Tech Editor Rich Merritt makes the case for Nuclear Power, Columnist Bela Liptak is finishing his series on Global Warming, Senior Tech Editor Dan Hebert, PE, writes on PC-based Control, Contributing Editor Ian Verhappen on Feldbus Issues, as well as Ask the Experts, ControlTalk and Publisher/VP Content Keith Larson on Invensys' New InFusion.

Control magazine is the leading magazine for process automation worldwide, and is part of the automation group at Putman Media Inc.. Related Putman magazines include Control Design, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Chemical Processing, Food Processing, and Plant Services.

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