January 2010 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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Operators Need to Differentiate One Alarm from Another
Using ISA88 Principles to Address Procedural Operations in Industries Outside the Traditional Batch Realm
Valve Questions: Why Do the Two Valves Not Open and Close at the Same Rate? Why Does the Heating Valve Close Too Soon as Compared to the Cooling Valve?
Experienced Users Concluded That the Effort of Classifying and Segregating Critical Service Loops Is Not Worth the Effort
The Latest Products for Measuring and Tracking Flow
When It Comes to Functional Security, How Do You Handle Security Updates?
Process Control Is Open to Innovation!
Engineers Always Come Up with Inventions We Love. 2010 Is a Promising Year for Future Engineers
Industrial PCs Can Take Almost Any Form These Days, but Many Users Still Need Protected and Enclosed Hard Drives, Screens, Keyboards and Other Interfaces in Increasingly Harsh and Varied Settings
Bela Liptak Talks About the Phenomenon of Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) and Multiple Pump Stations
The Price of Lying Isn't Just in the Deception Itself, but in How It Damages Relationships and Destroys Potential Opportunities
Control Readers Report Their Solution Provider Preferences in More than 100 Process Automation Technology Categories
Lean Times May Be the Best Time to Spend on Enterprise Integration
Are You Listening, Software Vendors? Béla Lipták's Replies to a Letter that Questioned If the Pursuit of Nuclear Energy Was "Inhuman"
Dispute over appeals process derails process and may affect IEC acceptance.
David Quinn Mayne Gets IEEE Award
Automation suppliers agreed to enlarge the scope of the EDDL Cooperation Team
GE and FANUC Ltd. Dissolved the GE Fanuc Automation Corporation Joint Venture
Manufacturers are struggling with the question of whether "social media" applications have any value to their operations