Please recommned some tutorial about industry control

I have spent almost 3 years in university learning control theory, and until now I feel that all my reference books are all intended for just
exams. I always feel that I have less useful intuition of the control problems. Please recommend some books on it, especially those books with a strong industry background and specific examples, thanks!
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I've always found Greg Shinskeys books useful in a practical situation.
Process Control Systems. Distillation control (not sure it's still in print)
Minimal use of transfer functions, lots of practical cookbook ideas.
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workaholic wrote:

For concentrated practical insight, I recommend books by Bla G. Liptk.
For example: Instrument Engineers' Handbook Optimization of Industrial Unit Processes
-- Regards,
John Popelish
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Thanks you all, is there any books on motion control or mechanical systems? Thanks!
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I know what you meant from the context of your previous questions but I don't know of any books on this topic. If so I would have liked to have known about them years ago. You can search the internet for papers and articles. You might try asking for any application notes the manufacturers.
I have even looked for information on just a 3rd order motion profile generator. There are only a few incomplete articles about what it takes to go from point to point. There is nothing I have found about equations for going from any position, velocity and acceleration to any other position, velocity and acceleration. Warning, this topic seems easy on the surface but it really does get to be incredibly complex.
Companies are usually very reluctant to give away information that can be used to compete against them. I don't want to say either because I don't want the competition either. You have a long road ahead of you. Buy the technology you want. It will be cheaper than trying to re invent the wheel.
Peter Nachtwey
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Thanks! I just wish to know about the real control systems in the real industry, for I spent almost a whole year in a lab full of toys. I just worry about when I can obtain the real experience and expertise of the real life.
And I do believe that the most useful information about how to control is locked up in a case of the companies, or it is stored in the experienced engineers, instead of the professors' office desk. I dream one day I can be on eof those engineers who inspired the MPC, if not , I may be content to be an engineer valuable to the company.
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il.com> wrote:

I would have thought it do be depressing that there are no tutorials but I have a good idea. There have been plenty of real problems posted on this and other forums. See if you can solve them or see how they were solved. Look for the names of the people that provided the best answers and then search for their names to see how they solved other problems. If you use Google Groups it is easy to find all the post you have made or others have made in the past on the usenet.
Peter Nachtwey
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Brilliant idea! And I am sure you are one of those from whom I can learn a lot,Thank you very much!
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