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With a wealth of information on a single CD-ROM, the ISA88 Batch Standards and User Resources is now in its Fourth Edition and compiles the essential ISA batch systems standards, technical publications, and other important information for the industrial automation and control systems professional. The CD includes the following:StandardsANSI/ISA-88.00.01-2010 Batch Control Part 1: Models and Terminology ISA-88.00.02-2001, Batch Control Part 2: Data Structures and Guidelines for LanguagesISA-88.00.03-2003, Batch Control Part 3: General and Site Recipe Models and RepresentationANSI/ISA-88.00.04-2006, Batch Control Part 4: Batch Production RecordsISA-TR88.0.03-1996, Possible Recipe Procedure Presentation Formats ISA-TR88.00.02-2008 Machine and Unit States: An Implementation Example of ISA-88ISA-TR88.95.01-2008 Using ISA-88 and ISA-95 TogetherPublicationsControl Loop Foundation - Batch and Continuous Processes - In this in-depth book, the authors address the concepts and terminology that are needed to work in the field of process control. The material is presented in a straightforward manner that is independent of the control system manufacturer. It is assumed that the reader may not have worked in a process plant environment and may be unfamiliar with the field devices and control systems. Much of the material on the practical aspects of control design and process applications is based on the authors personal experience gained in working with process control systems. Thus, the book is written to act as a guide for engineers, managers, technicians, and others that are new to process control or experienced control engineers who are unfamiliar with multi-loop control techniques. After the traditional single-loop and multi-loop techniques that are most often used in industry are covered, a brief introduction to advanced control techniques is provided. Whether the reader of this book is working as a process control engineer, working in a control group or working in an instrument department, the information will set the solid foundation needed to understand and work with existing control systems or to design new control applications. Applying S88: Batch Control from a User's Perspective. This book explains the standards in clear, user-friendly language. It covers all aspects of ISA-88.01-1995. Parshall and Lamb discuss their implementation of ISA-88, offering examples and explanations to make it applicable across a wide range of industries. From designing better processes to combining recipes with equipment control to execution validation test plans, this book offers an introduction to ISA-88 as well as expert insights into applying it. Parshall and Lambís clear, lighthearted style makes this the ideal introduction to ISA-88 for control engineers, project engineers, technicians, operators, information technology professionals, engineering or IT supervisors, and mid-to upper-level managers. Batch Control Systems - Design, Application, and Implementation, 2nd Edition. This book is an indispensable tool for designers, control engineers, project engineers, and managers who desire to achieve the full cost and production benefits of implementing the ISA-88 series. It covers an introduction to batch processes; batch control system structures; batch control; batch communications and batch control system design. Hawkins offers a comprehensive analysis of the development and evolution of batch control from the original NAMUR model through the most current publications in the 88 series. Through examples, commentary, analogies and at times wry humor the author provides an in-depth philosophical discussion of how batch control and all manufacturing enterprises have been impacted by the work of 88. Hawkins in-depth coverage and practical insights make this book an indispensable tool for designers, control engineers, project engineers, and managers who desire to achieve the full cost and production benefits of implementing the 88 series. Design Patterns for Flexible Manufacturing. This publication defines an effective set of design patterns and rules you should know when applying the widely used ISA-88 industry standards to batch manufacturing (called the S88 design pattern) and continuous and discrete manufacturing (called the NS88 design pattern for non-stop production). The author, who is the chair of the ISA-SP88 committee, developed these patterns and subsequent rules while applying the batch series in several projects. This book clearly identifies what elements are defined in the batch series and what elements make up the S88 and NS88 design patterns for flexible manufacturing. The book also defines design patterns for control system programming, providing patterns for the organization of programmable logic controller (PLC), digital control system (DCS), and other control system application code. Whether you are in a batch, continuous, or discrete manufacturing environment, these design patterns can be applied to a wide range of production systems, making systems easier to design and implement. Chapter 14 - "Control of Batch Processes" - A Guide to the Automation Body of Knowledge, 2nd Edition.Automation Applications in Bio-Pharmaceuticals, George Buckbee, P.E. and Joseph Alford, Ph.D., P.E., CAPThis book is a guide for engineers and designers new to the field of bio-pharmaceutical process control. For the experienced automation professional, this book outlines the unique design and application issues for the bio-pharmaceutical industry. For those already familiar with this industry, the book provides specific advice for automating these processes.
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