Plant and Process Engineering 360 will be the backbone of any plant, chemical, or process engineeras library. This is a broad area in which engineers need to be familiar with a wide array of techniques, technologies and equipment. Its focus on providing a broad introduction to key systems make the book the first point of reference for engineers who are involved with designing, specifying, maintaining or working with plant, process and control technologies in many sectors, including manufacturing, chemical process, and energy. A single-source of plant and process equipment information for engineers, providing a 360 degree view of the critical equipment engineers encounter Enables readers to get up to speed with unfamiliar topics quickly with an overview of important but disparate technologies that are specific to plant engineering Covers the systems and processes that drive effective and efficient plants and processes Drawn from authoritative Elsevier resources, this book is a afirst port of calla with breadth and depth of content, from leading figures in the field.The goal of using operator interface mounts and arms as part of an ergonomics program is to reduce injuries, illnesses, and musculoskeletal disorders in the ... There are two basic types of HMI software: supervisory level and machine level.
|Title||:||Plant and Process Engineering 360|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2009-12-07|