September 2018 Issue
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. This old aphorism was never more true than when applied to process safety—at least in the U.S. and other backward regions. Learn about the benefits of proactive process safety on the cover.
Also in this issue are articles highlighting valves, actuators and positioners, as well as enterprise integration. Additionally, we deliver the latest in power supplies. Find all of this and more in the September issue of Control.
Here are some alternatives in terms of the use of purges and capillary systems
MCCB offers higher-level metering and predictive diagnostics in a foundational electrical-system component
Function blocks are a recognized language under IEC-61131-3 for control system configuration, although it is hardly prescriptive in configuration, compilation or execution
IIOT is not just about getting things to talk with each other, but encompasses the full cradle-to-grave lifecycle of the product and associated components
Computerized analysis quantifies the phenomenon found in real-world piping systems.
Developers bake capabilities into their supplies that give users precise electricity profiles in small spaces.
When things get complicated, some people act as if the engineering was unknowable
Readers respond to July's Ask the Experts and the Unfettered blog
Part 1: Complexity affects reliability, operations and efficiency.
Control's monthly guide brings you invaluable industry information to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments.
The problem with fear of failure is that it’s completely rational.
You can't wait for legislators and business owners to care enough to help.
Here's how engineers and operators are using standards and software to achieve process safety for themselves
Plant-floor and enterprise levels are closer and more accessible than ever
How to set up and tune external heat exchanger controls for safety and stability.
Digitalization isn't a magic bullet or savior for every process application
Dr. M. Sam Mannan, executive director of the Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center (MKOPSC), died on Sept. 11.
Users and leaders weighed in at the 2018 Foxboro User Group conference on Aug. 6-9 in San Antonio
Codelco awarded a contract worth $50 million to Rockwell Automation
ABB to supply protection and control equipment