Process Control

A process control system monitors the manufacturing environment and electronically controls the process or manufacturing flow based on the various set-points given by the user to ensure that the output of a process is consistent and stable, with a desired level of performance and minimal variance.

Process control systems utilize heat, pressure, flow and level to run and operate a production process. Applications can include production of oil and gas, and other consumer products such as soda and milk.

Understanding the basic and advanced principals of Process Control is a quintessential part of any engineering or automation program.