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Nov
09

Feedforward Control – Deminar 11 Dec 1

Deminar 11 “How to Setup and Adjust the Dynamic Compensation of Feedforward Signals” has been rescheduled from Wed Nov 17 to Wed Dec 1 (10 am CST not CDT). We will explore the adjustment of feedforward delay, lead-lag, and gain for the traditional PID and the smart PID for wireless (PIDPlus).

Oct
03

Short Course on Control Loop Foundation

Emerson Exchange was held Sept 27th – Oct 1st, 2010 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. Since Control Loop Foundation – Batch and Continuous Control was hot of the press, Mark Nixon and I took this opportunity to provide end users a detailed view of the book content. Jim Cahill …

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Jul
12

July Deminars Rescheduled for August

The following Deminars have new dates: (7) PID Control of True Integrating Processes (How to Reduce the Batch Cycle Time for Temperature and pH Loops by 25%) – Aug 11, 10:00 am CDT (8) PID Control of Runaway Processes (How to Improve the Performance of Exothermic Reactor Temperature Loops) – Aug 25, Wed 10:00 am …

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Aug
04

Featured Articles

February 2011 Update: A new resources page has been created to make it easier for you to find the articles. http://www.modelingandcontrol.com/articles.html

Apr
03

Featured Articles

February 2011 Update: A new resources page has been created to make it easier for you to find the articles. http://www.modelingandcontrol.com/articles.html

Apr
03

Books

December 2010 Update: Two new resource pages have been created to make it easier for you to find the books. Books in Print: http://www.modelingandcontrol.com/Books_in_Print.html Online eBooks: http://www.modelingandcontrol.com/Online_eBooks.html

Jan
16

Site and Myself Being Rejuvenated – Will Return Feb 2

Jan
04

What Have I Learned? – Sharing Knowledge

Reflecting on why my discussions with engineers at Rosemount Analytical and Broadley-James Corporation (see Dec 22 entry) were so personally rewarding, I realized that I was getting access to knowledge of decades of experience from vintage specialists and that this knowledge might otherwise be lost. Every year, hundreds of engineers with a wealth of experience …

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Sep
05

Gone Fishin – Back Sept 18

Jun
24

Greg has Left the Building

I left the blogsphere to do a beta test of pH modeling and control. I return on July 2 to ask the question “Is This the Time”?

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