Odd-Numbered Home Work Problem Solutions


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Odd-Numbered Home Work Problem Solutions
Odd-Numbered Home Work Problem Solutions
Chapter 1 Home Work Solutions 1.  a. A set point variable is the desired value for a "controlled variable" that is set through the operator, the master controller, or a networked PC/HMI.     b. A controlled variable is the process variable that must be maintained precisely within a dead band around the set point. Typically, the variable is chosen to represent the state of the system and is named the "controlled variable." Examples of controlled variables are temperature, pressure, speed, flow rate, chemical concentration, density, etc.     c. A manipulated…
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Dr. Eman Kamel; Dr. Khaled Kamel: Hands-On PLC Programming with RSLogix 500 and LogixPro®. Odd-Numbered Home Work Problem Solutions, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2016), AccessEngineering Export