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One of the biggest problems associated with the final control element is hysteresis and backlash. This can be roughly defined as the maximum difference obtained in stem position for the same input up-scale
Readers are familiar with Michael Brown's popular series of articles on control loop optimisation. Many may be pleased to hear that Michael Brown Control Engineering now has a website - have a look at
Michael Brown is holding a series of his well-known courses on practical process control in March in Johannesburg. The courses are unique and are invaluable to both novices and highly experienced practitioners
In response to the frequent requests for more detailed information on control loop problem solving, I intend publishing some of the information dealt with in our courses in the next series of articles.
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