Greg McMillan Shares another eBook with the World

by | Aug 22, 2007 | Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Prolific author (examples here, here, and here to name a few) and ModelingAndControl.com blogger, Greg McMillan, continues to share his process control wisdom and expertise with the world.

Continuous Control Techniques eBookThis week he announced another freely available ebook, Continuous Control Techniques for Distributed Control Systems. This is the second in a series of books where the copyright has been returned to Greg after a time being held by the publisher.

Instead of burying these works in a box somewhere, Greg has chosen to make these freely available to help our current and future generations of automation and control engineers learn the craft as they search the internet and come upon these on-line works.

As he mentions in his post, this book follows in the footsteps of the first eBook, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Control Room. He also mentions another eBook is planned, Biochemical Measurement and Control.

If you are a control engineer or student of this profession you should be subscribed to the ModelingAndControl.com RSS feed to learn from one the members of the process automation hall of fame!

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