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Process Control Instrumentation

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Process Control Instrumentation Technology Johnson 9 781292 026015 8e ISBN 978-1-29202-601-5 Process Control Instrumentation Technology Curtis D. Johnson Eighth Edition
Process Control Instrumentation Technology Curtis D. Johnson Eighth Edition
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P E A R S O N C U S T O M L I B R A R Y Table of Contents 1. Introduction to Process Control Curtis D. Johnson 1 2. Analog Signal Conditioning Curtis D. Johnson 55 3. Digital Signal Conditioning Curtis D. Johnson 123 4. Thermal Sensors Curtis D. Johnson 189 5. Mechanical Sensors Curtis D. Johnson 241 6. Optical Sensors Curtis D. Johnson 309 7. Final Control Curtis D. Johnson 359 8. Discrete-State Process Control Curtis D. Johnson 417 9. Controller Principles Curtis D. Johnson 475 10. Analog Controllers Curtis D. Johnson 519 11. Computer-Based Control Curtis D. Johnson 553 12. Control-Loop Characteristics Curtis D. Johnson 605 Appendix: Units Curtis D. Johnson 647 I

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