ISA Releases Revised Measurement And Control Handbook

By Chemical Processing Staff

Oct 27, 2017

The International Society of Automation (ISA) releases the fourth edition of The Condensed Handbook of Measurement and Control by Nabil (Bill) E. Battikha, PE. Battikha, a professional engineer and award-winning author in the field of process instrumentation and control says an updated edition of his popular book was needed in light of recent advances in process instrumentation and control implementation.

“The many changes in technology over the last 10 years or so—particularly relating to control equipment symbology, sensors and safety instrumented systems as well as some other areas—necessitated development of an updated handbook,” explains Battikha. “The new edition features a significant amount of new and enhanced content, including a new chapter, a new appendix and noteworthy updates to 20 current chapters and nine appendices.”

The revised edition is designed to make it easier to select and implement measurement and control devices for process automation applications. Readers will gain practical, knowledge-based answers to questions pertaining to ISA symbology, instrument and control valve selection criteria, conversion guidelines, maintenance, calibration, decision-making and consulting.

The Condensed Handbook of Measurement and Control is one of ISA’s most successful publications. Battikha has twice received ISA’s Raymond D. Molloy Award—once for the initial edition of the book and once for the third edition. The award is presented annually to the author whose book outsold all others in a given year.

For more information, visit: www.isa.org

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