May 2008 Issue
CONTROL is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to the global process automation market with a readership of 65,000 plus engineering, operations and management professionals. The publication reports on developing trends, illustrates successful applications, and updates the basic skills and knowledge base that provide the profession's foundation.
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ISA Has Decided to Use the Compliance Institutes as a Way to Recover the Lost Revenue from the Dying ISA Show
Learn About ABB's New Diaphragm Material, Diaflex
Finding Control's Magazine Exclusive Articles Has Never Been So Easy
Readers Want Answers on Safety and Wireless Issues
Storing Solar Energy for the Night
If Most of Loops Are Distributed to Field-Solved PID, What Are the Chances You Could Hot Swap Your Host Just Like a Field Device?
A Specific Tool May Be obsolete, but the Mental Process That Went into Addressing the Problem It Solves Remains as Instructive as Ever
Controls Monthly Resource Guide
Are Accidents Caused by Poor Safety Standards or by Poor Implementation?
How Planning Can Provide Cost-Effective Design and Successful Project Execution
When Batch Processing Is Critical to Your Operations, Imagine the Worth of Knowing the Predicted Value of Quality Parameters
Increasingly Capable Drives and Motor Controls Are Moving into More Diverse, Smaller-Ticket Applications, as Well as Helping Users Gain the Operating Efficiencies to Meet Green Initiatives
Object-Oriented Programming's Building-Block Approach Means Faster Development Times and Increased Quality and Troubleshooting Efficiency
Lessons Learned from Years-Long Collaboration Benefit ABB, Dow and the Rest of the Process Industry
The Ultracapacitor Combines the Best Features of Batteries and CapacitorsLong-Term Storage and Instantly Available Power in Large Quantities
How Should I Minimize or Maximize Cavitation in Control Valves?
Weed Instrument Model 3312B is the Solution for the Severe Load Probe Application
This Months TopicFeedforward Control
Despite All the Advances in Digital Field Networks Over the Years, Most Plants Still Rely on Technology That Matured Some 40 Years Ago
Variable-Frequency Drives Reduce Energy Costs and Protect Motors at South Windsor, Conn., Pool Complex
Read Andrew Bonds Industrial Automation Insider, a monthly newsletter covering the important industrial automation news and issues as seen from the U.K.
Level Sensors Meet New Environmental Concerns and New Demand in China and India
The exiderdomes show piece is the 1,500 sq-ft movie screen used for high-tech, HD video presentations.
FIRST Uses CompactRIO by National Instruments in Next Competition
Cybersecurity Conference Focuses on System Reliability
Marshall High School Students Talk with Industrial Automation Experts at the Yokogawa User Conference