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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabilia View Post
    amshah, file comes up as deleted
    find it agian, i have uploaded it so !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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    Quote Originally Posted by amshah View Post
    If any one have following book please share

    Boiler Control Systems Engineering by Jerry Gilman


    This book addresses issues to be considered when defining measurement
    transmitters and specification for transmitters. Final control
    elements are reviewed as to characteristics and sizing. Engineering
    details on control systems and the setup of the various control functions
    are covered with specific examples of boiler control including
    configuration and tuning.

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    Originally Posted by bugmenot1
    ISA TECHNICIAN SERIES : Troubleshooting - A Technician's Guide, Second Edition


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    Design Patterns for Flexible Manufacturing ISA Press

    This handy resource defines an effective set of design patterns and rules you should know when applying the widely used ISA-88 industry standards to batch manufacturing (called the S88 design pattern) and continuous and discrete manufacturing (called the NS88 design pattern for non-stop production). The author, who is the chair of the ISA-SP88 committee, developed these patterns and subsequent rules while applying the batch series in several projects. This book clearly identifies what elements are defined in the batch series and what elements make up the S88 and NS88 design patterns for flexible manufacturing. The book defines design patterns for control system programming, providing patterns for the organization of programmable logic controller (PLC), digital control system (DCS), and other control system application code. Whether you are in a batch, continuous, or discrete manufacturing environment, these design patterns can be applied to a wide range of production systems, making systems easier to design and implement.


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    thank you very much

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by amshah View Post
    Can any one share Mr. David Splitzers books

    The Consumer Guide to Differential Pressure Flow Transmitters.
    The Consumer Guide to Non-Contact Level Gauges.
    The Consumer Guide to Vortex Shedding and Fluidic Flowmeters.
    The Consumer Guide to Ultrasonic and Correlation Flowmeters.
    The Consumer Guide to Magnetic Flowmeters.
    The Consumer Guide to Coriolis Mass Flowmeters.
    Coriolis Mass Flowmeter selection guide released.
    If some have the above books plz share them.

    Thanks in advance.
    Gopi

  11. Safety Integrity Level Selection: Systematic Methods Including Layer of Protection

    Safety Integrity Level Selection -- Systematic Methods Including Layer of Protection Analysis
    Edward M. Marszal, P.E., Dr. Eric W. Scharpf, MIPENZ

    This book describes a systematic method for selecting safety integrity levels for safety instrumented systems (SIS). This method emphasizes accounting for existing layers of protection.

    This method ensures that the maximum return on risk reduction investments is achieved. This reference demonstrates the application of quantitative risk analysis techniques and tools to the problem of safety integrity level selection. They distill essential theory into a format that the average control systems engineer can quickly apply. This is not a generic theoretical dissertation, nor a comprehensive treatment of the topic of quantitative risk analysis. It is a focused process for applying simple, yet powerful, tools of quantitative risk analysis specifically to the problem of selecting safety integrity levels for safety instrumented systems.

    If some have the above book please upload it..

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    Batch Control Systems: Design, Application, and Implementation_ ISA

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    New Directions in Bioprocess Modeling and Control: Maximizing Process Analytical Technology Benefits : ISA PRess

    Models offer benefits even before they are put on line. Based on years of experience, the authors reveal in New Directions in Bioprocess Modeling and Control that significant improvements can result from the process knowledge and insight that are gained when building experimental and first-principle models for process monitoring and control. Doing modeling in the process development and early commercialization phases is advantageous because it increases process efficiency and provides ongoing opportunities for improving process control. This technology is important for maximizing benefits from analyzers and control tool investments.

    If you are a process design, quality control, information systems, or automation engineer in the biopharmaceutical, brewing, or bio-fuel industry, this handy resource will help you define, develop, and apply a virtual plant, model predictive control, first-principle models, neural networks, and multivariate statistical process control. The synergistic knowledge discovery on bench top or pilot plant scale can be ported to industrial scale processes. This learning process is consistent with the intent in the Process Analyzer and Process Control Tools sections of the FDA s Guidance for Industry PAT A Framework for Innovative Pharmaceutical Development, Manufacturing and Quality Assurance.

    It states in the Process Analyzer section of the FDA s guidance: For certain applications, sensor-based measurements can provide a useful process signature that may be related to the underlying process steps or transformations. Based on the level of process understanding these signatures may also be useful for the process monitoring, control, and end point determination when these patterns or signatures relate to product and process quality.


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    Thanks + More Books

    Thanks to all for sharing these very valuable books..... Here is my contribution (mediafire):

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    Please anyone having any edition of the ISA Handbook of Control Valves for sharing would be very appreciated.


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