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Measurement and Final Control Elements

  • Richard J. Buschart

Abstract

The safe operation of chemical-process facilities is strongly dependent on process data provided by measurement instrumentation and control of the process by the operation of final control elements.

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Control Valve Orifice Plate Process Fluid Direct Current Motor Magnetic Flow 
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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1991

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  • Richard J. Buschart

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