Unlike in days of yore or in modern, but backward realms or quaint hierarchies, where crowns are inherited, bought or won by war or intimidation, new inductees to the Control Process Automation Hall of Fame are selected by their peers—the current, active members. We say that Hall of Fame members stand out for three qualities: the extent of their process control knowledge, their wisdom in applying that knowledge, and their success in sharing it with others. It’s a good kind of fame. Members nominate potential inductees, members vote for their choices among the nominees, and those votes determine each year’s new group. Our editors just facilitate the process by…Full Story
How can we determine the best size to balance accuracy against pressure drop?