ModelingAndControl.com Keeps on Giving

ModelingAndControl.com Keeps on Giving

by | Oct 4, 2006 | Event, Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

In addition to the many presentations and demonstrations Terry Blevins and Greg McMillan have been giving this week, they have also gotten out some more jewels on their ModelingAndControl.com blog. Greg has also been showing fresh off the press copies of his new book, Bioprocess Modeling and Control: Maximizing Process Analytical Technology Benefits.
Terry offers up a Basics of Advanced Control post including the overview from his award-winning Advanced Control Unleashed book. He notes that the proceeds from this book go to “universities, consortia, and educational programs to promote and enhance the development and use of advanced process control.”
Greg tackles the issues associated with measuring pH in his post, Techniques to Improve pH Measurement Performance. He includes his thoughts on improving pH electrode performance and his unique humor on the top 10 signs of a rough pH startup. I like seeing his natural sense of humor coming early in the life of this blog. Keep it coming!
It’s great to see this wisdom put out in blog posts and books. Check out their posts and add your wisdom in the comments section.

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