According to Webster control is “to exercise restraining or directing influence over” whereas manage is “to exercise executive, administrative, and supervisory direction of”. Subtle but distinctly different. While process control may be necessary to ensure safety and proper operation it is process management that makes money for t
We continue this series with the steps for designing control strategies. Simple rules of thumb will be offered for setting up cascade, composition, flow, level, pH, pressure, and temperature control systems. Examples of common unit operations will help provide understanding of the steps involved.