Signals, systems and process control

  • Fran Jović


A process control system is made up of a process involved in a controlled system and its control equipment or hardware and operators. A typical controlled system is a chemical reactor or a machine tool head, and its respective control equipment is the process controller in the chemical reactor or the positioning system of the machine tool head. Processes are usually analysed on the basis of utilization, since this reflects their proper cost-effectiveness.


Digital Signal System Part Process Controller Output Signal Input Sample Data System 


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© F. Jović 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • Fran Jović
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  1. 1.R M Henry, School of Control EngineeringUniversity of BradfordUSA

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