State Based Control
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State Based Control is a method for designing plant automation based on the principle that all process facilities operate in recognized, definable Process States

These cover normal and abnormal conditions of the process.

State Based Control provides an environment for knowledge capture directly into the control design.

An example for Ethanol Water Distillation

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