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When new plants or systems go online, Control Systems Technicians face special challenges. The start-up you are involved with may be a newly built, substantially changed, or the start-up of a portion of a manufacturing facility. In Start-Up: A Technicianís Guide, author Diane R. Barkin explores and explains the crucial role a technician plays in this process. From the first start-up team meeting to the last round of tuning and loop checking, Diane uses her extensive practical experience in the process control field to walk you through the issues and skills typically required during a start-up.Updated significantly, since the first edition, Barkin has added content regarding project execution and information concerning the systems and personnel a technician will work with in the current manufacturing environment.Each chapter of Start-Up: A Technicianís Guide includes self-study learning objectives, practice questions and exercises, answers and references to industry practices and standards. Written with the technician in mind, it is a non-mathematical, practical book that provides an overview of the scope of duties a technician must perform in real-world situations. Includes over 30 figures and tables; fully indexed.
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