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This recommended practice (RP) addresses the processes required to successfully implement process control systems (PCSs) for oil and gas production, refinery, and petrochemical services. The major topics addressed in Part 1 are the basic functions that a process control system may need to perform, and recommended methodologies for determining the functional and integration requirements for a particular application.

This document is not intended to present a tutorial on the subject discussed, but rather to aid the reader in identifying and understanding the basic concepts of PCSs.
 

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    Process Control Systems - Functions and Functional Specification Development, Third Edition

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    Process Instrument and Control

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