Troubleshooting Process Plant Control by Norman P. Lieberman

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The book focuses on process control in the petroleum and refinery industries, with an emphasis on problem solving. The author explores various real life examples and relays the lessons learned from his career in this area. He explains many new yet straightforward concepts without the use of complex mathematics. This handy go-to emphasizes single and well-established process engineering principles that will help working engineers and operators switch manual control loops to automatic control.

About Norman P. Lieberman

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Norman P. Lieberman is a chemical engineer with 46 years of experience in process plant operation, design, and field troubleshooting. An independent consultant, he troubleshoots oil refinery and chemical plant process problems and prepares revamp process designs. Mr. Lieberman teaches 20?25 seminars a year on ?Troubleshooting Process Plant Operations, ? and this book is based on his long experience in field troubleshooting refinery and process plant problems.
Published September 21, 2011 by Wiley. 264 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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