This Wednesday, May 12, 2010, is the third in our series of deminars (demo/seminar) with ModelingAndControl.com‘s Greg McMillan. Greg’s topic this week is PID Control of Slow Valves and Secondary Loops. The deminar will be at 1pm U.S. CDT (18:00 UTC.)
You can join us by visiting http://bit.ly/JC-LiveMeeting/ . Audio is included in the Live Meeting session. Should you have any difficulties with the audio portion of the deminar, it is also available by phone:
- Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
- Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
- Participant code: 264679
If you haven’t already seen either of Greg’s first two deminars, they have been recorded, archived, and are available on demand. The first one was PID Control of Sampled Measurements and the second one was PID Control of Valve Sticktion and Backlash. The presentations are also available in SlideShare for viewing online and downloading.
Greg is on a mission to share his process control wisdom collected over the years as a Senior Fellow for Monsanto and Solutia as well as an ISA Fellow. He’s written numerous books, many of which are now freely available as e-Books on his ModelingAndControl.com blog.
We hope you’ll join us, and share this upcoming event with your friends and peers. Greg enjoys questions, so bring those ones about your slow valves and secondary loops that might benefit from Greg’s experience.
We’ll see you Wednesday!
Update: Here’s a link to the recorded version in full size, a download link if you want to save a local copy of the WMV file on your PC (636Mb), and an embedded, reduced size recording:
Update 2: I’ve added a download link for the 636Mb zipped video file.
Update 3: The original recording had audio/video sync issues, so we’ve updated the file and download. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Update 4: Due to load-time performance issues, I’ve embedded the recorded video from the new recorded deminar video library.