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The integrated approach

  • Fran Jović

Abstract

A successful computer control application depends on meeting the very varied needs of many groups. The initial aims, the design, the hardware, the software, the communications links, the commissioning and the satisfaction of the process operators have all to be met. Failure in any one area can mar the whole project. This final chapter covers the commissioning and discusses all those practical problems with which commissioning engineers are so much more familiar than design engineers. Process control systems are chosen, bought and applied by a specific global decision criteria. Figure 13.1 shows the relative weighting factors. The most preferable criteria are (1) all from one deliverer, (2) price, (3) maintenance and (4) total deliverer experience from same or similar installation (Koch and Hoffman, 1978).

Keywords

Software Fault Process Control System Outer Function Mean Time Between Failure Control System Functioning 
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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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