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Title: Selection, Sizing, And Operation Of Control Valves For Gases And Liquids Class 6110
Author: Jamie Henaman
Source: 2002 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 2002
Abstract: Proper control valve sizing and selection in todays industrial world is essential to operating at a costeffective and highly efficient level. A properly selected and utilized control valve will not only last longer than a control valve that is improperly sized, but will also provide quantifiable savings in the form of reduced maintenance costs, reduced process variability, and increased process availability. An undersized valve will not pass the required flow, while a valve that is oversized will be more costly and can cause instability throughout the entire control loop.