Here is the listing of Best reference books on Process Control Theory and Instrumentation.
|1. “Control Systems Engineering” by I.J.Nagarath, M.Gopal
Book Review: This book covers the concepts that are related to both continous time systems and discrete time systems and is very useful for courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The book also contains numerous examples that demonstrate the basic system concepts. The book also contains numerous examples and mainly focuses on the computer aided design. Additionally, the book also focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of the subject.
|2. “Industrial Instrumentation” by D.P.Eckmen|
|3. “Control Systems Engineering” by Norman S. Nise
Book Review: This is a very good textbook that is suitable for mechanical engineering and electrical engineering courses. The book also stresses majorly on computer aided design. The various topics covered in the book include frequency domain and time domain model ling, time response, stability, steady state errors, root locus techniques, frequency response techniques and many more. The book enables the readers to study the concepts related to virtual systems, apply them, perform control solution implementation and evaluate the results.
|4. “PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION, DYNAMICS AND CONTROL FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS ” by RAY CHAUDHURI|
|5. “Instrumentation And Process Control” by Anardan Prasad, M. N. Jayaswal, Vishnu Priye|
|6. “Applied Technology and Instrumentation for Process Control” by by Douglas O. de Sa|
|7. “Process Control Instrumentation Technology” by Johnson|
|8. “Instrumentation and Process Control” by Terry L. M. Bartelt|
|9. “Pierre Gy’s Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice” by Francis F Pitard|
|10. “QUANTITATIVE PROCESS CONTROL THEORY” by Weidong Zhang|
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