ISA books bring you the most authoritative technical resources in automation. Relying on subject-matter experts in the field to write and review books on current and emerging technologies and applications, ISA provides a variety of titles for engineers, technicians, managers, sales and marketing professionals, and academics.
These technical publications focus on real-world application of technologies and methodologies with the necessary theory for a complete understanding of the subject. Whether you want to expand your skills, create a reference library, or prepare for a CCST®, CAP®, or CSE exam, ISA has the books you need.
A Guide to the Automation Body of Knowledge, Third Edition
Edited by Nicholas P. Sands, PE, CAP, ISA Fellow and Ian Verhappen, P Eng, CAP, ISA Fellow
This guide is a comprehensive overview of the most important automation concepts and processes, while also describing the technical skills required for implementation in today's industrial environment.
Advanced pH Measurement and Control—Digital Twin Synergy and Advances in Technology, Fourth Edition
Gregory K. McMillan, Christopher Stuart, Dean Cook, Zachary Sample
Learn to improve pH system performance, reliability, and lifecycle using advances in modeling, measurement, and control.
CoE: The Key to Data-Driven Manufacturing
Discover how a Center of Excellence (CoE) team can initiate and implement data-driven manufacturing management (digital transformation) that analyzes real-time data and uses the insights from the analysis to improve manufacturing operations and product quality.
Basic Electricity and Electronics for Control
Lawrence M. Thompson and Dean Ford, CAP, PE
This edition provides guidance for safely measuring electrical quantities. It also explains the applications for and how to use digital and analog meters, bridges, power supplies, solid-state circuitry, oscilloscopes, and analog-to-digital converters.
Controlling the Future—Controlling Nonindustrial Processes: Preventing Climate and Other Disasters
Using well-established process control principles, Lipták determines the dynamic characteristics of the global warming process, determines what needs to be done, and describes the technology and infrastructure needed to do it.
Control Valve Primer: A User’s Guide, Fifth Edition
Hans D. Baumann
This easy-to-read new edition provides shortcuts through complex sizing and noise calculation formulas and gives practical advice on how to apply control valves for safety, reduced energy costs, loop stability, and easy maintenance.
Industrial Cybersecurity: Case Studies and Best Practices
This book provides a practical overview of industrial control systems cybersecurity from governance through design and implementation to operational support. It is for anyone involved in industrial control systems cybersecurity regardless of their level of technical expertise.
Fundamentals of Process Control: Principles and Concepts
Patrick F. Bouwman
This book explains the fundamental principles, concepts, and theories of process control and provides detailed examples of how they are applied in industrial processes. It is designed to be a learning tool for both independent study and students.
The Road to Integration: A Guide to Applying the ISA-95 Standards in Manufacturing, Second Edition
Bianca Scholten and Dennis Brandl
This book explains how to use the principles, terminology, and information methods in the standard to integrate enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, manufacturing execution systems (MES), and manufacturing operations management (MOM) systems.
Control Systems Engineering (CSE) Study Guide, Seventh Edition
This study guide is an excellent reference and learning tool for individuals who are preparing for the Principles and Practices of Engineering exam in Control Systems Engineering (CSE), one of the requirements for obtaining a Professional Engineer (PE) license.
Process Control Basics
George Buckbee, PE
Whether you are a student of process control, a technician or engineer expanding their skills, or someone in operations, maintenance, sales, support, or management who wants to develop a basic understanding of process control, this book is for you.
New Directions in Bioprocess Modeling and Control: Maximizing Process Analytical Technology Benefits, Second Edition
Gregory K. McMillan, Christopher Stuart, Rehman Fazeem, Zachary Sample, and Timothy Schieffer
This book provides practical, comprehensive knowledge on how to use the advances in analytical measurements and basic and advanced control to improve batch profiles and endpoint consistency.
Manufacturing Execution Systems: An Operations Management Approach, Second Edition
Tom Seubert and Grant Vokey
In this new edition, authors Tom Seubert and Grant Vokey share their expertise on streamlining manufacturing operations using manufacturing execution systems (MES).
Motors & Drives: A Practical Technology Guide, Second Edition
This practical guide developed by Dave Polka, an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience, is an invaluable resource for design engineers, automation and control specialists, maintenance technicians, and students.
Start-Up: A Technician's Guide, Third Edition
Diane R. Barkin
This new edition of the best-selling, best-practice handbook by 30+ year industry veteran Diane R. Barkin focuses on helping control systems technicians (CSTs) understand their roles in starting up new plants and systems.
Situation Management for Process Control: Decision Making for Operators in Industrial Control Rooms and Operation Centers
Douglas H. Rothenberg
Operators must be able to monitor what is in their charge, to understand the information presented, and to plan and actualize needed changes.