April 2003 Issue
No longer a novice engineer, J.G. expounds on the value of writing, then lays down his pen
Frustrated by Conventional Advanced Control Techniques, Charlie Cutler Had to Find a Better Way
A venerable British text gets updated...by a Yankee
Our new column has a little fun with process engineering. Smooth-talking pH sensor; Fun in the sun; and a New Puzzler: Tuning Trashed by Teflon?
The high cost of operator interface upgrades drove DuPonts DeLisle, Miss. TiO2 plant Into the strong arms of its vendors support program
It Can Be Deduced From the Excitation Coil Current
Ametek Drexelbrook's IntelliScan and UniScan
Its gotten tougher to find breakthrough technologies
Advances in technology are strengthening the advantages of field-based control, but are they enough to convince you?
When your work results in injury or death
Truly useful IT is closer than I knew
Readers help a reader solve this control problem. Next month: How can we measure load profiles?
This year's top technology trends point the way to more process data, better plant information, and critical decision-making capabilities
Opto 22s ioControl 2.0
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Need PCs on the Processing Floor, But Even the Most Rugged Won't Survive Without the Proper Enclosure
In his Control Report, Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt surmises that going into coal processing control may be the kind of career opportunity that only comes along once in a lifetime.