May 2003 Issue
Readers help a reader solve this control problem. Next month's problem: How can we improve combustion control?
ImageVision's AgileView consoles
Look behind every process variation for potential return on investment
Uticor's PowerMarquee Family
PC-based control gains acceptance with new and more practical form factors
Shake the tree by supporting business performance with a consistent, corporate-wide strategy for improving process automation
DC torque at AC costs is coming to higher-horsepower applications
Rainy days depress a DP transmitter; E-mailing a prospective engineer; and a new puzzler: Hair-trigger temperature loops
A growing pool of fresh water in the North Atlantic could divert the Gulf Stream
Only process control engineers understand both the hardware and the software of the controlled process
Can it be ethical to help produce evil?
A game you can play during vendor presentations
Among conferences and trade shows, growth and quality are not always compatible