Start-Up : A Technician's Guideby Diane B. Harris
Start-Up: A Technician's Guide, offers you a clear overview of typical start-up responsibilities. From the first team meeting/b>/i>
When new plants or systems go online, the control systems technician (CST) faces special challenges. In Start-up: A Technician's Guide, author Diane Harris explores and explains the crucial role of a technician in this process.
Start-Up: A Technician's Guide, offers you a clear overview of typical start-up responsibilities. From the first team meeting to the last round of tuning and loop checking, Harris uses her extensive experience with process control plants to walk you through the issues and skills typically required. Each chapter includes self-study learning objectives, practice questions and exercises, answers, and listings of relevant standards. Written with the technician in mind, it is a non-mathematical, application-oriented book that provides an overview of the scope of duties a technician must perform in real-world situations. Includes over 30 figures and tables; fully indexed.
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