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Engineering and IT Insight: Lazy?! Great control system programmers spend more time in design so th...
Testing drive-and-motor systems is a three-step process.
There is no “one size fit all” formula for legacy migration of control systems, but assessing the a...
Cross-referencing really can be an art. If successful it can save a company time and money, whereas...
Ask Control Engineering blog links to 60 years of motors, drives, and motion control coverage for t...
Automation tales in motion: Great changes have taken place in motion control systems over the past ...
Motor design and motion control: Earliest electric motor designs reach back 150 years. While motor ...
Compressed air is very common in all industrial facilities and there has been a major push to ident...
Automatic control operations can be described as either open-loop or closed-loop. The difference is...
A college’s decision to use reclaimed water lieu of a cooling tower saves millions of gallons of dr...
Engineering and IT Insight: Good coding habits reduce errors, save time, and can help you become a ...
Taking advantage of technology enhancements - and introducing a level of unwarranted risk - is a fi...
Having the guidelines of ISA-88 hierarchy and equipment structure, how can this basis be used to ma...
While PID control is often used because of its adaptability to a wide range of applications and ope...
New wrist-mounted device augments the human hand with two robotic fingers.
Engineers must strike the right balance on the centralized/distributed control system design spectr...
Engineering and IT Insight: Control programming is programming, even if it uses ladder logic, seque...
Oversized actuators can add unnecessary costs to the damper if improperly sized
When choosing a tuning strategy for a specific control loop, it is important to match the technique...
Guidance on performance monitoring is featured in a newly published guideline from ASHRAE.