Greg McMillan is principal consultant at TAC Worldwide, Austin, Tex. He spent more than 30 years at Monsanto and Solutia and then was a professor at Washington University, St. Louis. Honored as one of the 50 most influential people in the history of the field, he regularly speaks and writes about instrumentation and control topics; his books include “Process/Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook” and “Advanced Temperature Control.”

Cecil Smith is president of Cecil L. Smith, Inc., Baton Rouge, La., a firm specializing in automation technology that he founded after leaving the faculty of Louisiana State University. Also cited as one of the 50 most influential people in the field, he teaches courses on control topics and has authored or co-authored 14 books, including “Digital Control of Industrial Processes” and more than 100 articles.

33 Posts in 32 Topics by 2 members

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Number of wires required for RTD sensors 27 June 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
Cumulative flow measurement instrumentation 25 June 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
Cause and effect charts 8 March 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
ChemicalProcessing.com 22 February 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
Control pressure at discharge 26 January 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
Pneumatic conveyor sensor 12 January 2007 by Greg McMillan 1
Control conveyor velocity 14 November 2006 by Greg McMillan 1
Avoid excessive heat flux 13 November 2006 by Greg McMillan 1
Signal error in coriolis flow meter 13 November 2006 by Greg McMillan 1
Learning process control 18 October 2006 by Greg McMillan 1