Top 5 Control Engineering articles July 12-18, 2021
Articles about IEC 61131-3 structuring, simulation and computer-aided design, edge computing, industrial wireless best practices and HART status information were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from July 12-18, 2021. Miss something? You can catch up here.
The top 5 most read articles online, from July 12-18, 2021, for Control Engineering covered IEC 61131-3 structuring, simulation and computer-aided design, edge computing, industrial wireless best practices and HART status information. Links to each article below.
1. Structuring with IEC 61131-3: 7 steps to success
The IEC 61131-3 standard includes powerful structuring tools and can help provide users an excellent way to break a control system down into manageable units for greater overall effectiveness.
2. From simulation to computer-aided design of control systems
Cover Story: While simulation systems can help for control system programming design, a general-purpose programming language like C# can be used: First, some basic control system theory.
3. Four tips for designing scalable IIoT networks
Don’t get distracted by the promises of the latest so-called solutions for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Focus on these essential design principles while building a data network. Intelligent input/output modules and other tools can add flexibility.
4. Advice: Exploring best practices for industrial wireless
Reasons for updating and expanding industrial wireless use are increasing. Understand how use cases can inform a corporate industrial wireless strategy.
5. Understanding HART status information
Using HART protocol is more effective when connected instruments provide status information back to the control system, providing reliability about the process variable, instrument reliability and troubleshoot. Learn nine HART statuses. See HART status diagram.
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