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Introduction to computer-based process control in a food engineering course

Introduction to computer-based process control in a food engineering course

Food technology 39(4): 96-97

The incorporation of computer-based process control into a food engineering curriculum at a US university is described. The course covers control tasks in the food industry, feedback process control, pneumatic control systems, control loops, direct digital control systems, feed-forward control, and 4 3-hour laboratory sessions. Aspects of single-loop control, computer utilization, and the laboratory sessions are discussed. (wz)

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