Troubleshooting: A Technicians Guide, 2d ed.1556179634
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting is a form of problem solving. It is the systematic search for the source of a problem so that it can be solved. Troubleshooting is often a process of elimination - eliminating potential causes of a problem. ; a technicians guide, 2d ed.
Mostia, William L. Jr.
ISA (1) (Instruction Set Architecture) See instruction set.
(2) (Interactive Services Association) See Internet Alliance.
(3) (Internet Security and Acceleration) See .NET.
ISA technician series
Mostia, a process engineer, provides his take on what a good operating plant technician needs to know, particularly the causes of loop and system failures, the logical troubleshooting procedure, and the techniques that engineers use to track failures. Throughout, the author provides real world examples in a variety of situations, such as mechanical systems, process connections, pneumatic pneumatic /pneu·mat·ic/ (noo-mat´ik)
1. pertaining to air.
1. Of or relating to air or other gases.
2. systems, electronic systems, and communication circuits. The second edition adds sections on serial communication links, safety instrumented systems A system that protects a manufacturing or operating process. Conforming to the IEC 61511 or 61508 standards, such a system is designed to shut itself down or change to a reduced operational state in the event of failure or hazardous situation. , and level meter examples.
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